Amanda Richer is a Displacement Consultant that provides consultation, outreach, communication, and networking to develop systems that provide for rights of humans, animals, and environment. She is a local, regional, and national advocate for ending homelessness. She is a Community Liasion for the Unhoused, Dept. Of Neighborhoods, City of Seattle: Chair of the Seattle/King County Healthcare for Homeless Network; Consultant and Photographer with One Health Clinic. She serves on several boards and committees including Housing Narrative Lab, National Coalition for the Homeless, Seattle/King County Public Health HCHN, Ellen Dailey Advocacy Committee, among others. Leveraging her experience as a woman who experienced being unhoused in Seattle and working in service to the unhoused, she works to change the way we view and treat those in vulnerable situations.