Amanda is the Founder and voice behind Future Female Leaders, America’s leading social movement for young, empowered, conservative women. She is known for her uncanny ability to connect, engage, empower, and influence other young women. She has demonstrated the ability to marry the day-to-day life events of a young woman with politics. She does such with an appropriate amount of humor and “sass” and makes current events, politics, and the direction of our country relevant to many millennial women and others. It is through this process that she has awakened many women to better understand that how a conservative form of government better enables them to realize their full potential. Through the efforts of her and her organization, she has worked to get young women engaged in the real issues facing our country, and inspired these women to get registered to vote, support conservative candidates, and make their voices be heard.
Amanda currently resides in the State of Virginia. She is a graduate of East Carolina University College of Business and a true American entrepreneur. She started her business venture while still enrolled in college. Her social media footprint has grown substantially over the past 3 years through her Future Female Leaders organization, which affects millions of American women’s lives. She has built a community of hundreds of thousands of women that support and assist each other and their country in ways that truly count.
Amanda was named to Red Alert Politics’ 30 Under 30 in 2016. She has spoken at national conferences throughout the country and has been relied on whenever there is a desire to engage young women regarding an issue, event, project or campaign. Amanda has most recently been involved with, spoke at, or consulted with some of America’s leading conservative organizations such as: American Conservative Union, College Republicans National Committee, Turning Point USA, Network of enlightened Women, and Clare Booth Luce Policy Institute. With these partnerships at such events, she speaks firmly about support of the Constitution, limited government, entrepreneurship, women in politics, women in business, current events, empowerment, accountability and responsibility.