Amanda Mogridge is a fundraising professional with a passion for mission-driven work. She brings a wide array of skills to Friends of Acadia, including a specialization in fundraising database management. As Database Manager, Amanda works with the development and communications teams, the board, and volunteers in the overall planning, integration, and administration of development information systems to further the mission of Friends of Acadia.
Amanda has called Mount Desert Island home since 2014. Being drawn to the beauty of Acadia National Park, she can often be found hiking, biking, and spending quality time outdoors with her husband and two young daughters. In addition to spending time outside, Amanda is an avid reader, enjoys art and theatre, and volunteers in the community whenever she can. Before joining Friends of Acadia, Amanda supported fundraising efforts at College of the Atlantic for eight years in a variety of roles. Amanda received her M.A. in Community Psychology from University of New Haven and her B.A. from Western Connecticut State University.
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