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Amanda Millin

Associate Editor, Collection | Home & Style

As an associate editor, Amanda Millin divides her time editing and writing for Robb Report’s sibling publications Collection and Home & Style. She also works closely on Robb Report’s dining category for both print and RobbReport.com, in addition to spearheading Home & Style’s biweekly eNewsletter. Millin began her career with an M.S. in book and magazine publishing from Pace University, New York, and was previously at Angeleno, a regional celebrity and luxury-lifestyle magazine in Los Angeles. Before entering the magazine world, she worked at the Santa Barbara Daily Sound, a daily newspaper on California’s central coast, and at the publisher W. W. Norton & Company, where she focused on titles in the architecture and psychology categories. Outside of her professional endeavors, Millin is an avid adventure traveler and athlete.

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