Amanda was raised in Beaverton, Oregon where she lived with her parents and three siblings. She attended Jesuit High School in Portland, Oregon where she was a recipient of the President's Award for Community Service. After high school, Amanda attended Western Oregon University. She studied International Relations, Community Organizing, and Spanish. In 2005, she studied Spanish and Immigration at La Universidad Latina De America in Morelia, Mexico. Amanda was awarded Western Oregon University's Saul Alinsky Community Organizing Award in 2009 for her work with the Monmouth-Independence Tenants Union. Amanda was also a volunteer for both the Boy Scouts of America and the Girl Scouts, as well as a volunteer firefighter and EMT-Basic. In 2012, Amanda was diagnosed with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), also known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), following a work-related injury. Since her diagnosis, she has been a relentless advocate for Chronic Pain and Disability Rights.
Amanda has dedicated her life to improving her community and has fought to teach her son, Keagan, the same. She has marched with Black Lives Matter and for Immigrant Rights, stood with ANTIFA against the Proud Boys, and traveled to Standing Rock to fight with the Water Protectors against the Dakota Access Pipeline. In 2016, she was the recipient of the WEGO Health Advocate Rookie of the Year Award. She has dedicated her life to fighting to give voice to those without one and teaching the next generation demand more from our government. For her, there’s no battle too big or fight too hard to take on. With the help of her family, friends, and loyal service dog, Dobby, she's determined to take the fight for equality and justice to the United States House of Representatives for Oregon's 1st District.
Standing for what she believe in, Amanda traveled to Standing Rock to help the Water Protectors. She marched with Black Lives Matters for police reform, stood for immigrant rights, and has rallied against hatred and discrimination.
Dedicating to her community, Amanda was a District Committee member and volunteer for the Boy Scouts as well as a volunteer for the Girl Scouts. She also volunteered EMT-Basic at Polk County Fire District No. 1
Working tirelessly for the rights of the disabled and worked to organize chronic pain patients to demand proper treatment. In college, she fought for tenants rights as part of the Monmouth-Independence Tenants Union.
Amanda Siebe at Standing Rock McLoughlin, SD December 2016
Patient and Disability Rights:
In 2016, Amanda was the WEGO Health Advocate Rookie of the Year for her work
Patient's Day by Global Genes and The Every Life Foundation
Awards: President's Award for Community Service
Studied International Relations, Spanish, and Sociology
Focus of studies: Immigration Between US and Mexico
Awards: Saul Alinsky Community Organizing Award
During college, Amanda was fortunate enough to study abroad in Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico where she was able to study Immigration and Spanish first hand
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