Amanda Volovik


A graduate of the University of Phoenix, Amanda Volovik maintains nearly two decades of experience in service, assistance, and artistic industries. These roles provided Amanda Volovik the opportunity to include skills such as executive support, facilities management, purchasing, and coordinating to her professional experience. In addition to professional endeavors, Ms. Volovik designates much of her time to non-profit and charitable organizations.

As a staunch supporter of animal rights and advocacy, Amanda Volovik has spent several years volunteering with the Nevada Humane Society in Northern Nevada. Through the Nevada Humane Society, she adopted several rescue animals, including a Maine Coon and two dogs. Amanda Volovik’s volunteer and service roles extend beyond her assistance with animals, as well. She spent five years in a site services role with the David & Lucile Packard Foundation in Los Altos, California. Here, she provided administrative coordination and management services to the Foundation, which supports areas such as grant making, conservation, and science.

In addition to her professional and volunteer experience, Amanda Volovik is a member of the Sierra Nevada Social Group; Girlfriends of Northern Nevada; and Children International. She also enjoys activities such as studying politics and history.

  • Work
    • Founder
  • Education
    • Criminal Justice from University of Phoenix