Prior to joining GOCO in 2013, Amanda worked as the Pikes Peak project specialist at Palmer Land Trust. Her education includes a bachelor’s degree in environmental science from Colorado College, a master’s degree in environmental studies from the University of Montana and a law degree from the University of Montana School of Law. She joined Colorado's conservation community through the Colorado Conservation Trust Future Leaders Fellowship.
In addition to acquisitions due diligence work and supporting GOCO’s Open Space grant programs, Amanda manages the Transaction Costs grant program. She was nominated to the Colorado Scenic and Historic Byways Commission by Governor Hickenlooper in 2016. Contact Amanda with questions about GOCO's open space grants, including the conservation easement transaction costs grant program.