About AMJ

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Amanda Michelle Jones is a Digital Marketer, Storyteller, Content Curator, and Engaged Scholar. A former social worker trained and tested in design, management, and evaluation of social services programs, her areas of focus have included LGBTQ youth homelessness, sociopolitical development, and youth activism. She has utilized her communications, social media, and content strategy skills to help organizations implement, expand, and improve programs, and raise brand awareness.

Amanda Michelle’s ability to connect with people of varying perspectives through focused storytelling, as well as designing and curating marketing content results from her combined work experience and education. Her degrees include an A.M. in Social Service Administration from the University of Chicago, an M.S. in Human Services Administration from the University of Baltimore/Coppin State University Collaborative, and a B.A. in Religious Studies from the University of Pennsylvania. Amanda Michelle is currently working toward a Ph.D. inSocial Service Administration at the University of Chicago. In her (mostly imaginary) down time, AMJ enjoys singing to her dog, attending concerts, reading tarot, and being irreverent on Twitter.

7 Responses to About AMJ
  1. Kimani Coppin State C
    May 12, 2015 | 19:28

    Awesome, I would hire you, just could not pay you because I am broke!!!

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  5. CarCamper
    June 13, 2009 | 23:53

    I love your site and what you say here and what you stand for. I find your writing and the causes you follow to be valuable and commendable. I’m happy to have added a link to your site from mine and I hope to have the opportunity to get to know you better over time as I read up on your back list of posts.

    Good health, great happiness and superb luck to you!

    The Car Camper

    • amandamichelle
      June 14, 2009 | 13:52

      @CarCamper:
      Thank you for the kind words! I’m actually adding you and @EricSheptock to my list as well. Mind you, there are a couple of shifts over the past few years – just me finding my niched & deciding not to hide the process from the rest of the world! =0) Enjoy & feel free to comment often!

  6. amandamichelle
    December 29, 2008 | 02:56

    Oh look! This is why I like writing things down. You can stumble upon yourself two years later and discover that you really haven’t deviated from your path after all. How comforting!

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