Amanda is a process person. She enjoys looking at a situation from a 50,000-foot view and then boiling it down into possibilities, an actionable plan and — most importantly — translating that plan into results. Her experience in public relations spans public, private and nonprofit sectors specializing in messaging, crisis planning and response, stakeholder engagement and project management.
Amanda received her bachelor’s degree in public relations from the University of Idaho. She is an active volunteer in the community serving as a board member for the March of Dimes and Camp Rainbow Gold, as well as giving time to a number of other nonprofit causes. In 2013, she was honored as one of the Idaho Business Review’s Accomplished Under Forty. Amanda is passionate about her city, eating and drinking local, live music and exploring life outside with her husband and their two vizslas.