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Introducing Kiwanis International staff

Amanda Spice was born in Terre Haute, Indiana and received a bachelor’s degree in journalism with concentrations in public relations and advertising from Butler University in 2002. In 2011, she completed the certified association executive program, and received her master’s degree in public affairs with a concentration in nonprofit management from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.

Amanda’s career has centered on youth leadership. She worked for the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana as the program development manager from 2001 to 2005, and manager of communications from 2006 to 2008. She joined the Key Club International team in 2008, and has served as the Key Club communications specialist, Key Club assistant director, and is currently the Key Club International director and Kiwanis Youth Programs member engagement manager. Today, Amanda manages membership program and communications needs for K-Kids, and is the staff liaison to the Kiwanis Youth Programs board. She relays priorities, concerns, areas of focus and new initiatives that impact K-Kids.

“I love seeing the impact K-Kids make on their world,” Amanda says. “I love hearing about how students are given the freedom to learn and grow in their strengths and learn more about themselves. I have elementary students of my own, and knowing that what we do as an organization is helping kids like them is the best reward.” 

In her spare time, Amanda enjoys family time with her two children, working out, cooking, trying new foods, crafting and taking a brain break watching reality TV.

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