Amanda Wall

Amanda Wall

Community Relations Manager


Favorite Quote: Life truly begins at the edge of your comfort zone.

After staying home to raise my two small children, I returned to the workforce in 2015. I restarted my career as an administrative assistant with Greater Portland Inc before transitioning to Clackamas Workforce Partnership in 2017. I have experience in public relations, marketing, multi-family and low-income housing, development, fundraising and administrative support.

After five years as Communications Coordinator and Executive Assistant, I transitioned to a newly developed role of Community Relations Manager. I am responsible for the Workforce Partner Network, Communications and Outreach for the entire organization, along with program specific work including Expungement Clinics in Clackamas County. 

Get to know Amanda

Being unfamiliar with what a workforce board does, who we serve, and what services are available to help those looking for better employment and education opportunities.

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Respect. Willingness to fail and learn from your mistakes, honesty, and trust.

Do the Dork Diaries and the Magical Misfits count? I do not have much time to read.

My husband and I are big foodies, so we love trying all the different food carts and restaurants Portland has to offer. I love to cook big meals for a lot of people and host friends and family in my backyard. I have recently decided to get healthier, grinding it out at Orangetheory, pushing my push pace higher each week with a (someday) goal of a 10k. I love a great hike, full of misery, allergies, but amazing views at the end. (see photo below for the view results). And finally, spending time with my family and friends – very much looking forward to the return of “normal” in the coming months.

I can wiggle my ears without using my hands. So can my Dad. It is a fun trick at parties.