Amanda Sizemore

Dean, Corporate & Community Development

St. Charles Community College 

4601Mid Rivers Mall Drive

Cottleville, MO 63376-2865

Phone:  636.922.8474


Amanda is the Dean of Corporate & Community Development at St. Charles Community College (SCC). She has managed and implemented workforce and community development programming and consulting projects for over 25 years, prior to her time with she spent 13 years with St. Louis Community College’s Center for Business, Industry & Labor. Amanda strives to serve the community by supporting initiatives, which promote workforce and community development opportunities in the region. She has advanced those projects by procuring in excess of $40,000,000 in funding through federal, state and private sources. Her clients represent a broad range of business and industry including: manufacturing, aerospace, technology, publishing, healthcare, service, financial, distribution, government and education. She is currently working on SCC’s initiative to strategically expand programming to support its Healthy and Sustainable Living initiative – Healthcare & Emergency Preparedness, Agriculture & Food Science, Science & Natural Resources, and Technology & Engineering.

She serves as a liaison with the Missouri Department of Economic Development/Division of Workforce Development, the current Chair of the Missouri Community College Association Workforce Liaison Group and as SCC’s lead representative for the United States Department of Labor - TAACCT statewide MoWins Grants. Amanda is a board member of the St. Charles County Workforce Investment Board and of the O’Fallon Chamber of Commerce. In addition to these roles, she serves as a member of the Missouri Economic Development Council, Missouri Association of Customized Training and the Missouri Community College Association. She is the past president and current Committee Chair of the Missouri Association of Customized Training.

She was the recipient of the Beyond the Best Top 50 in Business Awards 2013, O’Fallon Chamber of Commerce 2015 Community Servant Award – Co Recipient, Partners for Progress 2015 Education Progress Award for Initiatives with Midwest Machine Tool Training Center – Co Recipient, International Society for Performance Improvement 2001 Award of Excellence – Co Recipient and United Way 2001 All-Star Award Winner Marketing & Communication – Co Recipient Awards. She is a graduate of the University of Missouri – Columbia and holds a degree in Business Administration.

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