Amanda Moore is the CEO of the Angelman Syndrome Foundation. Before coming to the foundation , she served in executive leadership positions for the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis. She has her Bachelors in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Leadership Development. In 2015, Amanda and her husband Adam were blessed with adopting twin boys Jackson and Baden. In 2016, Jackson was diagnosed with Angelman Syndrome and at that time Amanda vowed to take action to do what she could for Jackson and individuals like him. She served on the Angelman Syndrome Board for two years and now is serving as their Chief Executive Officer.
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