Amanda always knew that she wanted to work with others. After graduating high school, she worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant for ten years, with most of her experience focused on working with individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease. She later found her passion working with individuals with acquired brain injuries and disabilities because she could make a difference in their lives.
Amanda started her career with CRN in 2017 as an instructor in the 1:3 ratio class helping individuals who need a bit more care and attention. In early 2018, she stepped up to accept the role as Quality Assurance Specialist in order to provide the best care for the individuals at CRN.
Amanda is the mother of five children, ages 5 to 17, who are her heart, pride and joy. She was very active with her church community when she lived in Kentucky, directing the choir and organizing member events. Her hope is to resume that level of activity in the church soon. Amanda also enjoy singing, swimming, going to demolition derbies, reading a good book and cooking Mexican food. Her favorite shows are Grey’s Anatomy and Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. But most of all, she loves spending time with family and friends.