Amanda Bush is a Managing Partner at St. Augustine Capital
Partners, LLC, a Texas-based opportunistic partnership
offering consulting services, client development, and strategic
advice to clients ranging from start-up companies to
established, diversified corporations in industries such as
technology/venture, energy, infrastructure, and financial
She also serves as Of Counsel at Jackson Walker, LLP, where
she serves as outside counsel to her clients, advising them on
corporate and legal strategies, assisting with legal and
business development, and managing a broad array of legal
Amanda serves as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees for
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Central Texas Chapter.
She also serves on the Host Committee for the 2020 World Golf
Championships- Dell Technologies Match Play tournament.
Amanda is on the Advance Team of The University of Texas
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and The Chancellor’s Council for
the University of Texas System. She previously served as the
Chair of the 2018 LLS Man/Woman of the Year Leadership
Committee, as the Chair of the MD Anderson Dallas/Fort Worth
Living Legend event in 2012, and as the Co-Chair of the Fort
Worth Symphony Orchestra’s Centennial Gala in 2012. Amanda
also co-chaired the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family
Literacy’s Dallas/Fort Worth’s Celebration of Reading from
2003-2014, an event that raised $1 million annually.
Amanda was named the 2016 National Woman of the Year by
the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for raising over $490,000 in
10-weeks, a national record. She was also the 2012 recipient of
the Dallas Regional Chamber’s ATHENA award. She has been
named a “Rising Star” by Thomson Reuters (2007-2014) and a
“Top Attorney” by Fort Worth, Texas magazine. In 2012,
Amanda was named to the Fort Worth Business Press’s
prestigious “40 Under 40” list. She was also featured in the
book Legendary Locals of Fort Worth, which profiled prominent
Fort Worth, Texas residents, as well as in the Fort Worth
Business Press’s cover story Media Savvy in January 2008.
Amanda traveled to Turkey in 2012 and to Saudi Arabia in 2011
in U.S. Congressional-led business delegations. She received
her B.A. degree, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from
The University of Texas and her J.D. degree from The University
of Texas School of Law.
Amanda lives in Austin with her husband, Texas Land
Commissioner George P. Bush, and their two sons.