Amanda Vintevoghel’s Term as President of the Turnaround Management Association Detroit Chapter Comes to an End
Amanda Vintevoghel, attorney at The Dragich Law Firm, has recently completed her one-year term as president of the Detroit chapter of the Turnaround Management Association (“TMA”). While Amanda’s term as president has expired as of June 30, 2020, she will remain on the chapter’s board of directors.
In addition to serving as a board member, Amanda will also take part in the TMA Global Nominations Committee for 2021 leaders. The Nominations Committee is one of TMA’s most important committees, charged with ensuring the steady continuity of TMA leadership and creating a strong pipeline of future TMA leaders. Amanda’s participation will help the committee ensure that TMA continues to be the authority in the turnaround industry during these tumultuous times and far into the future.
“Amanda has done a tremendous job as president of the TMA’s Detroit chapter, which plays an important role in providing valuable educational opportunities and bringing together members of our local turnaround and restructuring community. We are proud of her hard work and leadership,” said David Dragich, founder of The Dragich Law Firm.
Amanda’s time with the TMA began in 2012, and she has served in various roles for the Detroit Chapter, including president of NextGen, which focuses on cultivating membership and participation in the TMA among professionals ages 40 and under. Additionally, Amanda was awarded the 2018 TMA NextGen “Top of the Class Award,” which is given bi-annually to professionals who have reached a significant level of success in the turnaround and restructuring industry before the age of 40.
The Chicago-based Turnaround Management Association (TMA) is an international nonprofit association comprised of attorneys, turnaround consultants, bankers and other professionals dedicated to turnaround management and corporate renewal.