Amanda DeSilva

I’m a producer, writer, and storyteller who specializes in digital media and community ​management. I’m passionate about finding creative ways to tell compelling stories that can ​capture, stimulate and diversify a brand's audience. I’m looking to continue growing my expansive ​resume within the field of social media, communications, and entertainment production.

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Role: Producer


Role: Producer

Black History Month digital series that explores the impact that food has within the Black ​diaspora and the Black business owners who aren’t just serving food but nourishing communities ​through the shared experience of breaking bread.


Role: Producer

Celeb photographer Ravie B, is currently on a mission to make picture ​day free for low-income students across New York City.

Role: Producer

Bothered by the lack of representation of her heritage in mainstream ​media, one NYC native launched her own cultural homage to the ​world: Nuevayorkinos — a digital archive aimed to ensure that the ​many Latino and Caribbean faces across the city are never forgotten.

Role: Producer

NY-based street artist Efren Andaluz, best known as 'Andaluz the Artist' shares how he's ​able to show up for his Latino community through his work.

Role: Producer

After moving to NYC from his hometown in Detroit Michigan, Executive Chef Charlie ​Mitchell made history as NYC's first and only Black chef to lead a Michelin-Star ​restaurant.

Role: Producer

A homage to the Caribbean diaspora of New York City, whose ​contributions and impact continue to make the Big Apple the cultural ​melting pot it is today.

Role: Producer

The story of the largest maritime evacuation in history that rescued ​nearly half a million people from the piers of Lower Manhattan on ​September 11, 2001.


Weekly shows I've produced via Facebook LIVE that drive conversation and engagement around trending news topics.

Ho​w to prepare for a looming recession

A money coach sits down with reporter

Monica Morales to discuss how people can

financially prepare for a looming


Reporter Monica Morales sits down with an LES ​NYCHA tenant who is outraged by the ​reoccurring sewage issues in her mother’s ​apartment.