Amanda was born in Southern California, and raised Seattle, WA. She attended Seattle University, graduating magna cum laude with a Business Administration degree with specialization in International Business and a minor in International Studies. She returned to Southern California for law school, attending the University of San Diego School of Law.
Upon graduating law school, Amanda was selected to be a part of the US Attorney General Honors Attorney Program. She began her immigration law career as a trial attorney with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Los Angeles. Returning to the Pacific NW to start her family meant a move to private practice and the chance to help family and business clients navigate the immigration system. Amanda has particular experience and interest in working with businesses and entrepreneurs to help them reach their goals and obtain their dreams.
Amanda is also a professional mediator, facilitator and arbitrator on state and national panels. She is committed to helping individuals, businesses and community groups navigate through conflict and solve their problems.
Amanda enjoys getting outside and exploring the great NW with her family.