Amanda Kozak


Submitted bio for Amanda Kozak.

(Running for Kitimat Councillor)

Amanda Kozak was born and raised in Kitimat, and is now raising her young family in the community.

Previous to starting her family, Amanda was awarded an athletic scholarship and used her time to completed a degree in emergency medicine.

After college Amanda was a practicing acute care paramedic for over six years and worked in a health and safety role in the oil and gas industry, as well as being an active and recognized member of search and rescue in her area. Amanda has received a number of professional recognitions both from her peers and management. Amanda currently maintains a medical license in both B.C. and Alberta.

In her spare time, Amanda is an avid hockey player and skier in the winter and enjoys camping and hiking with the family dogs in the summer months. Amanda is a critical thinker, an educated problem solver and a hard working leader. She is an advocate for the community and its people. Amanda believes in Kitimat, its people and its future.

– Amanda Kozak

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