Amanda received her BA with honors from the University of Washington in 2010, graduating with a double degree in Comparative Religion and Dance. Amanda brings her lifelong journey with Unitarian Universalism to our congregation, understanding how religious education happens firsthand. She believes in our faith’s ability to heal those who need it most. Amanda is passionate about connecting people to community and providing support to interfaith families whose spirituality and connections can grow at East Shore. Amanda has experience with movement, meditation, anti-oppressive education, and sustainable agriculture, which are woven into our curriculum and programs for children, youth, and families.