By aclark · January 4, 2011 ·
About the author
Amanda joined The Maine Heritage Policy Center in 2010. As MHPC's Education Policy Analyst she works to implement customized learning into Maine's educational system whether public, private, charter or online. Prior to joining MHPC, Amanda served for seven months as an English-speaking teacher’s assistant for a high school in Normandy, France. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and a minor in French. While a university student, Amanda researched welfare and education policy as a domestic policy intern with The Heritage Foundation of Washington D.C. which further inspired her desire to engage in a career of nonprofit work that promotes the age-old principles and values upon which our nation was founded.