Amanda Snyder, M.S.
Amanda Snyder joined the University of Georgia in May 2022 as an Administrative Assistant for the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Before relocating to Georgia, Amanda worked for the University of Idaho Extension as the Program Coordinator for Cultivating SuccessTM, an educational program in Sustainable Small Farming and Sustainable Agriculture, and with the Palouse Clearwater Food Coalition on local food systems projects for northern Idaho. Amanda also served over a decade as an assistant for Idaho USDA SARE (Sustainable Agriculture Research and Extension). Amanda earned her Master of Science in Entomology from Washington State University and a Bachelor of Science in Urban Horticulture and Forestry from the University of Washington. During her undergraduate studies, Amanda volunteered at American Indian Heritage School, a charter school in Seattle, WA, focused on indigenous middle-high school youth. At AIHS, she tutored math and science, led native wetland restoration and school garden projects, and spearheaded an afterschool program.