Conservation Programs Manager
Amanda provides oversight and direction for the Stewardship and Education staff. In addition, Amanda works with partners and professionals to coordinate the Women and Their Woods educational program. She is the staff lead on the Legal Committee.
Amanda’s background is primarily in forest management and education. She has worked with the Morris Arboretum in Philadelphia, PA, the Adirondack Mountain Club in Lake Placid, NY and the Pocono Environmental Education Center in Dingmans Ferry, PA.
Amanda joined the Delaware Highlands Conservancy in 2008. “I came to the Conservancy because I love where I grew up and want to help protect this area for the next generation,” Amanda asserts. “The working farms and forests of this region are beautiful places to see and play in. But, more than that, they provide good, clean, sustainable livelihoods for so many people who live here.”
She has an AS in Forestry/Resource Management from Keystone College and a BS in Forest Science from the Pennsylvania State University.
Favorite Protected Place
Any of the pristine waterways or mountain vista trails in our region.
Raising a family, knitting, hiking, kayaking.