Born and raised in Kenosha County, Amanda’s dedication to her community has been lifelong. She is proud to have attended Kenosha schools and to have earned a degree in Communication from the University of Wisconsin – Parkside. Located on the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan, halfway between Milwaukee and Chicago, Amanda believes Kenosha County is an ideal place to raise her family and golden retrievers, Lucky and Sunshine. Assembly District 61 offers the perfect blend of suburban and rural communities that work in harmony with the surrounding urban areas.
Public service is new to Amanda. She began her professional career as a technology consultant, working with a variety of Fortune 500 clients during the technology boom surrounding Y2K. The greater part of Amanda’s business acumen was derived from serving as a senior professional in Financial Planning and Analysis for CNH Global in Racine, Wisconsin. She is passionate about economics, and she thoroughly enjoys digging into details and data to find answers and solutions that improve efficiency, reduce waste, and measure accountability.
In April of 2022, Amanda was elected to the Kenosha County Board. She serves on the county’s Human Services, Legislative, and Executive Committees in addition to representing the people of the 61st Assembly District.
Amanda is honored to serve her community at both the local and state levels. Her areas of interest include education, public safety, economic development, fiscal and monetary policy, and protecting and preserving our Constitutional rights.