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Staff Spotlight—Amanda Malloy

1 April 2015 161 views No Comment

Howdy! I am thrilled to be at the ASA and serving as the director of development. I have been here since last August and have spent the past several months building a development program for the ASA that will allow the organization to continue to build upon the important work in support of the practice and profession of statistics.

Amanda Malloy rides her Dutch Warmblood during a dressage competition in Leesburg, Virginia.

Amanda Malloy rides her Dutch Warmblood during a dressage competition in Leesburg, Virginia.

I am a proud Texan (Do we come any other way?), but have lived in three foreign countries and a few other states along the way. In 2004, I graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in biomedical science and married my husband, who is also a Texas Aggie and serves as a major in the U.S. Air Force.

Our first assignment took us to Ramstein, Germany, for four wonderful years. It is in Germany that I discovered my passion for working with nonprofit organizations. Before coming to the ASA, I spent eight years with the USO, working in several areas of development. I really enjoyed it and found it rewarding to grow relationships with corporate partners and individual donors.

I have a deep appreciation for good food and wine and love to travel. My biggest hobby (literally) is riding my Dutch Warmblood. I grew up riding bareback, chasing cows on my family’s ranch in North Texas, and then graduated to galloping across open fields and jumping over various obstacles. Now, I have settled down into riding in dressage competitions.

My husband and I have a 3-year-old son, Drew, who is absolutely the light of our lives. He provides constant entertainment and exercise for us!

I have thoroughly enjoyed being at the ASA and getting to know many of you already. I’m looking forward to meeting many more of you in the near future!

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