Amanda Storace is the new Volunteer Coordinator at the Animal Rescue League of NH. Amanda was born and raised in Derry, NH. She attended Dominican College in New York and received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a focus on Marketing Management.
Amanda is coming to the Animal Rescue League from FIRST, a non-profit based out of Manchester, NH that provides robotics competition to children. At FIRST, Amanda was the Volunteer Resource Coordinator for the FIRST Robotics Competition program that is geared towards High school students. She directly managed 450 volunteer coordinators. Amanda helped 175 events recruit, train and manage over 32,000 volunteers globally.
Amanda got married to her husband Bill in August of 2018. They live in New Boston, NH with there two cats, Eva and Cinder, that they adopted from the Animal Rescue League of NH. Let’s be honest the cats run the house!