Amanda is a dedicated advocate for families in south Maplewood and Woodbury, with a strong passion for public service. Currently seeking re-election, Amanda aims to build upon the successes achieved during her first term. Notably, she played a key role in enacting broad policies that protected reproductive rights and addressed climate change. At the local level, Amanda championed policy changes that prevented homeowners' associations from denying the installation of solar panels on homes.
Recognizing the importance of collaboration, Amanda is committed to working with others to develop comprehensive policies that prioritize the needs of the community. Drawing from her experience as a union leader, she understands the power of collective action in driving positive change. Her track record includes successfully passing ideas proposed by constituents and engaging in bipartisan cooperation to ensure the implementation of effective policies. While significant strides have been made in combating climate change, investing in education, and improving access to healthcare, Amanda acknowledges that there is still work to be done.
With a background in science and a wealth of policy experience, Amanda excels in simplifying complex information and transforming it into impactful policy. Her goal is to create policies that benefit all families, ensuring that no one is left behind. By combining her knowledge of scientific principles with her expertise in policymaking, Amanda is committed to bringing about tangible and practical solutions that address the diverse needs of her constituents.