Amanda completed her undergraduate and graduate degree at the University of Northern Colorado in 2002 and 2003, respectively. Her undergraduate is in Sociology with an emphasis in education and Master’s Degree in special education. After working as a Special Education teacher in the public school system and a residential treatment center she went back to school to complete her course work in Applied Behavior Analysis at the University of West Florida. She has experience working with individuals from early childhood to adults and a vast range of intellectual and physical disabilities. Currently, she is a Registered Behavior Technician and has been a member of the CASA Denver team for 3 years. She loves her role in the company and plans to take the BCBA exam in the future. In her free time, Amanda enjoys knitting and crocheting, calligraphy/lettering, puzzles, and board games. She can be seen cheering on her husband during the summer as he competes in triathlons or taking walks with their dog in the mountains or to the park.