Amanda was raised to think outside of the box, create solutions, listen carefully, work hard, understand that each person has a valid opinion, and to take the back roads. Amanda spent many a day in the back seat of her father's convertible as he took friends, out of town VIPs on tours of Cincinnati. Never the same route, always a new story. Thus her love of Cincinnati's numerous neighborhoods, architecture, school systems, parks and hidden wonders began.
Amanda spent her young adult life in Boston, Nashville and New Orleans, studying and becoming a special education teacher at Vanderbilt University before returning back to Cincinnati were she was a Case Manger for the Board of MR/DD. During those years she was co-founder of The Young Friends of the Cincinnati Zoo, and was a member of Junior League and Kindervelt. She has also served on the Cincinnati Area Board of Realtor Ethics, Grievances and Operations Committee
Amanda is married and has two college age daughters. Along with family Amanda loves to entertain, travel, and is always looking for the hidden house, restaurant and park. She is the founder of The Tibetan Children's Fund and President of the Constance Depler Coleman on line store. However, her main goal is finding homes for out of towners, friends and new acquaintances.
Amanda's long career in real estate has includes helping her clients with selling/ buying homes, land, in various neighborhoods and price ranges. The more challenging the more creative she becomes. Her knowledge of the real estate market is extensive and proven. She continues to be dedicated to making each transaction as smooth as possible for her clients. Her goal is to be creative, effective and enthusiastic. Amanda wants not only find her clients the perfect home but also the neighborhood, and all the treasures Cincinnati has to offer.