Amanda Jamrok is a passionate voice for Galveston and Chambers counties, ready to take on the issues that the real people in her community face each day. A resident of Galveston, she is a member of the working class and cares deeply about the quality of day-to-day life for Gulf Coast residents. Jamrok is excited to meet her neighbors and work hand-in-hand with residents towards a brighter future.

A graduate of Klein High School, Jamrok grew up in Spring, Texas and moved to Galveston Island in January 2017 where she has quickly become an active member of the community. Jamrok is a Site Manager at a hospital in Conroe, Texas, and has been fostering rescue animals for the past three years, helping them to find their forever homes throughout the country.

A catalyst for change, she has been described as a 25-year-old dynamo and is poised to help create real, positive development for the people in Galveston and Chambers county.

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