Burnham, Clinton, Pittsfield and Troy
Representative Amanda Collamore graduated from Kennebec Valley Community College with an associate degree in 2015. She went on to obtain her bachelor’s degree from the University of Maine in 2018. She has received her degree in Early Childhood Education and is currently working to complete her teaching certification for Secondary Education in Mathematics. Amanda is the Program Coordinator for the Transportation Infrastructure Durability Center at the University of Maine.
She is a small business owner, running a photography business and a property management business. She is passionate about helping people and regularly donates her time and resources to non-profit organizations including the homeless shelters, food banks/cupboards, community events (i.e. the Central Maine Egg Festival), and the Relay For Life, an organization very important to her.
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Mail: 2 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04330