DC Rape Crisis Center
Amanda is the Director of Training & Community Engagement for the DC Rape Crisis Center. She designs school based programming initiatives and facilitates local outreach, training, and technical assistance to child, youth and adult audiences. She manages and trains a corps of volunteers who serve as community educators and advocates on a 24 hour hotline for survivors of sexual assault. She serves as a bridge between DCRCC’s clinical and community based programming, providing facilitation and instructional design expertise to all created materials. Prior to this role, she served in various capacity building and training positions within the agency that focused on community education, curriculum and program development and crisis response. Amanda graduated from the University of Georgia in 2011 with a BS in Psychology and a BA in Religion. Her background and expertise is in child and youth development and experiential learning design.