Before she became Executive Director of UCSRB, Amanda served as District Manager for the Foster Creek Conservation District. Although originally from New Zealand, Amanda has lived and worked in the US for over 20 years. Her diverse career in conservation includes environmental consulting and planning in the Chicago region, managing a lake restoration program in New Zealand, and conducting stream assessments and restoration projects in Australia.  She holds a Bachelor of Environmental Science (Land and Water) from Charles Sturt University, Australia and an Advanced Diploma of Land Management from the University of Sydney, Australia. In her free time, Amanda is a keen photographer who enjoys capturing the landscapes of the PNW while hiking and exploring Washington state.

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