Amanda is a New York City based voice teacher, vocologist, and researcher. She is the owner of a private studio with clients performing on Broadway, off Broadway, national tours, international tours, regional theatre, and pursuing their recording careers. Her clients have been nominated for Grammy, Tony, Lucille Lortel, Outer Critic Circle, Drama Desk, and Helen Hayes Awards. Amanda was the Production Vocal Coach for the Broadway shows The Lightning Thief and Be More Chill, along with the regional premiere of Love in Hate Nation. Her film vocal coaching credits include Disney’s Encanto, BEAU, and One Year Off. As a Singing Voice Specialist, she frequently works with injured singers, collaborating with laryngologists and voice therapists in NYC and across the country. As a performer, Amanda was an original cast member of the LA company of Wicked, part of the Las Vegas company of Mamma Mia, and toured the country on the first national tour of the Broadway revival of Oklahoma!. After initially studying voice at Baylor University, Amanda began performing professionally. She completed her BS in Liberal Arts at The New School. Amanda holds a MM in Vocal Performance with a Musical Theatre concentration as well as an Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy, both from NYU. She completed the Vocology Mentorship at Mt. Sinai Medical Center, the Distinguished Voice Professional certificate from NYSTA, and completed her Certificate in Vocology from NCVS and The University of Utah. A recipient of the Van Lawrence Fellowship, Amanda is an active voice researcher and has presented research at the Fall Voice Conference, The Voice Foundation, the PAVA Symposium, the VASTA Conference, and the NATS National Conference. She has served on the board of New York Singing Teachers Association as the Professional Development Program Director and on the board of the Pan American Vocology Association as the Communications Director. Amanda is the author of the book So You Want to Sing Musical Theatre, Updated and Expanded Edition.