Amanda Gross

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Amanda Gross


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Amanda Gross's Bio


I'm honored to be elected to the Chamber Board, and grateful for the opportunity to contribute to our community. Having worked in Maple Valley since 2006, I've seen the city work through challenges that face many growing cities and towns, and I'm excited to be part of that process. My decision to locate my office in Maple Valley was a deliberate one, and I'm pleased to be deepening my relationships with the residents and the business community, as I plan to be here for quite some time.

Since joining Edward Jones, I've served in a variety of leadership roles, with a focus on assisting new associates - mentoring, training, and supporting other branch teams as they build their businesses. Volunteerism is at the core of the Edward Jones culture, and this extends, of course, outward to our communities. I look forward to working with Chamber members in the same way, empowering them as business owners to succeed and thrive through networking and building relationships.

Amanda is a member of the Maple Valley Chapter of BNI (Business Network International), and serves as an Ambassador for the Maple Valley Chamber of Commerce. She and her husband, Chris, live in Auburn with their nine year-old daughter, Alexis.



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Volunteers Needed for American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Black Diamond, Covington, Maple Valley

Black Diamond/Covington/Maple Valley, WA  -The American Cancer Society is seeking volunteers in Black Diamond, Covington, and Maple Valley to be a part of the annual Relay For Life event scheduled for May 20th, 2017. Community volunteers lead and organize each local event with the support of Society staff. From assisting with planning the annual event to taking part the day-of, there are various volunteer opportunities for interested community members.

Interested community members are welcome to 2017 Event Lead, Jenene Wilmoth, via email at

The Relay For Life program is a community-based event where teams and individuals come together at a school, park, or fairground and take turns walking or running around a track or path. Each team participates in raising funds to support the American Cancer Society’s mission to finish the fight against cancer. Our local event takes place at Cedar Heights Middle School starting at 11am and ending at 11pm.

"The Relay For Life movement is all about our community uniting to finish the fight against cancer," said Jenene Wilmoth, Event Lead. "We rely on the support of volunteers to help make the Black Diamond/Covington/Maple Valley event a success.”