Amanda Booher oversees print and digital communications for Audubon Great Plains with a focus on North and South Dakota. She is a public relations and strategic communications professional with 15 years of experience working in various industries including higher education, publishing, and non-profit organizations.
Most recently, Amanda served as the Promotions Director for North Dakota State University’s Performing Arts department overseeing print and digital campaigns for both the theatre and music events, recruitment, and activities.
Her background in graphic design shaped her career in the publishing industry as a graphic designer and Art Director for multiple regional and national publications, where she worked on the design, layout, and art direction. Additionally, Amanda assisted in strategizing ad sales and digital ad campaigns to promote the magazine and various advertising opportunities.
Amanda serves as a professional board member for the Fargo Theatre and is a committee member for the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce Women Connect. Amanda holds a Bachelor’s degree of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Bowling Green State University, and a Master’s of Science degree in Educational Leadership from North Dakota State University.
What is your conservation influence?
My conservation influence comes from my desire to explore, appreciate, and help save our planet and wildlife for future generations, including for my young son. I moved to Fargo in 2013 with my husband and we immediately gravitated to exploring the local parks with an early favorite being Orchard Glen and Lindenwood parks. I enjoy biking, hiking, and I thoroughly enjoy the abundance of wildlife I get to see and enjoy.
Favorite bird and why:
My favorite bird is the cardinal. It’s the state bird of Ohio, where I grew up. The bright red feathers are always a treat to see and something that reminds me of my family back home.
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