Amanda Duren first joined the AMJV in 2015 as the Pennsylvania Cerulean Warbler Appalachian Forest Enhancement Partnership Coordinator before becoming our Habitat Delivery Coordinator in 2018 and Director of Conservation Partnerships in 2021. She graduated from the University of Delaware with an M.S. in Wildlife Ecology, and earned a B.S. from Pennsylvania State University in Environmental Resource Management, with minors in Soil Science and Water Resources. Prior to joining the AMJV, Amanda worked as the Program Coordinator for the Ohio Bird Conservation Initiative. Amanda works out of a home office in Pennsylvania.