Amanda was a technician with Helping Hands Veterinary Clinic between 2007 and 2015. She transitioned with the clinic when Dr. Crystal Brobst-Wormell purchased the practice now known as P.A.W. Veterinary Clinic in 2015.

Amanda earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Hood College in 2006. With a love for science and the desire to want to work with animals every day, being a veterinary technician allows her to merge the two interests into a rewarding career so she can be along for the journey as clients bring in new pets; watching them grow from puppies and kittens to adults and eventually to seniors, and providing wonderful care along the way.

Amanda lives in Thurmont, Maryland with her husband David, and their son, Braden. They share their home with many animals, including 3 dogs – Nymeria, Maverick and Star; 4 cats – Storm, Rogue, Channing and Tilly and a Red-Footed Tortoise – Spidey.

When not at the clinic, she enjoys spending time with her family and pets, riding her horse, an off the track thoroughbred named Sancho (he can be a bit wild, but it always makes for a fun ride), taking photographs, reading, and watching hockey and football.