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Amanda Meyers (she/her)

Wichita Family Crisis Center Executive Director

Amanda received bachelors, masters and law degrees from Georgetown University in Washington, DC, where she began her volunteer work with survivors of domestic violence.

After law school, in Chicago, Amanda clerked for a Federal District Court Judge and then practiced litigation at a large law firm. In addition, she volunteered and served on the Board at a homeless women’s organization.

In Wichita, Amanda started as a Wichita Family Crisis Center volunteer, then transitioned to work as an advocate and grant writer and finally to her role as Executive Director.

Amanda is motivated to fight injustice and prejudice, especially perpetrated against the underserved, poor, abused, and voiceless and to teach future generations that being of service and present for those in need helps give life meaning and joy.