Episode 106 - Amanda Wirtz, comedian and convention host talks Star Wars Celebration
ATGCast - Star Wars Conversations
Convention host and Comedian, Amanda Wirtz, joins us to have a lively conversation about her experiences in the Star Wars universe! Keep up with us on twitter: Twitter.com/ATGcast Follow us on Facebook - https://www.FaceBook.com/AroundTheGalaxy Follow us on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fletzerpeteKeep up with all the latest Star Wars news, reviews, and the Beyond the Blast Doors shows at www.BeyondTheBlastDoors.comDo you like #BeyondTheBlastDoors and want more? Consider supporting the BTBD guys on Patreon! You can help guide how they create more content, and have it tailored to what you like. Check it out! #Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/BeyondTheBlastDoors--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/atgcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/atgcast/support
Full Of Sith: Star Wars News, Discussions and Interviews
Holly is joined by Amanda Wirtz comedian and convention stage host, who many of our listeners have probably seen at Star Wars Celebration. If you haven’t already, join our new Facebook group and join in the discussions with us and other listeners at – http://facebook.com/groups/FullofSith If you like the show, please leave us iTunes/Stitcher reviews and share us with your friends and family! We’d greatly appreciate it.
This episode is with hilarious and talented Amanda Wirtz! We talk about her being from New Jersey, starting improv from a newspaper ad, working with different crowds, hosting stages at different conventions and so much more! Follow Amanda onTwitter: @GeekHostAmandaInstagram: @GeekHostAmandaCheck out her podcast:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/amanda-and-emily-we-have-a-podcast/id1102842126
Episode 11 - The Mighty Ducks Trilogy w/ Amanda Wirtz
What Am I Missing?
Amanda Wirtz (Amanda and Emily: We Have a Podcast) joins me in the studio to discuss not one, not two, but all THREE Mighty Ducks movies. We follow the journey of Coach Bombay as he goes from successful-yet-troubled lawyer to successful-yet-troubled coach of a kid's hockey team. We marvel at the rapid rise of this ragtag team of misfits as they go from local heroes to international stars to...junior varsity? It's complicated. But luckily Amanda is here to help guide us through it all. Quack! Quack! Quack!
042 Amanda Wirtz: Service Above Self Building Hope For The Future Of Others
Alternative Health Tools podcast
Amanda Wirtz has spoken to thousands of adults and youth around the nation, inviting and exciting them to ask 'The Right Question'. She creatively weaves her riveting story and musical talent into an unforgettable tapestry that is both moving and motivating. Amanda leads her audiences on an intimate journey; they travel together exploring life decisions, personal values, and the shocking truth behind a question that has the power to change the world. Amanda uses innovative media and live music to accentuate her unique style. With candor, humility and humor, she reveals the truth behind her tragedy-to-triumph story. An encounter with Amanda is truly a pilgrimage of the heart. The audience is not only markedly different, but better equipped to become better versions of themselves. Amanda Wirtz is a Chicago native who studied in Stockholm, Sweden for a year as a Rotary Exchange Student. After high school, she graduated from the Center for Information Dominance, earning the highest recognition as top graduate before serving six years as a Cryptologic Analyst for Naval Intelligence. She supported military, counter-narcotics and search and rescue operations in Florida, Spain, Canada, and Washington D.C. In addition, she served twice in combat in both Iraq and Yugoslavia. During the years that followed, she faced seemingly insurmountable health challenges. Resolved to fight for her own future, she began building hope for herself and others. The crux of her journey began by asking 'The Right Question'. Amanda completed her B.S. in Community Health at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign earning the highest University honors: the Bronze Tablet. She completed her Masters in Public Health in Health Promotion and Behavioral Science from San Diego State University and was recognized as the 'Top Graduate Student' within the College of Health and Human Services. Her passion for building hope and a future has resulted in countless community outreach projects within the U.S. and abroad. She has voluntarily contributed over 3,500 hours of humanitarian service and affected over 53,000 lives around the world. In 2011, Amanda chartered and served as the first President of United Services Rotary: the first Facebook-based Rotary Club in the world to unite the international armed services in peace through service. She also serves on the Advisory Committee for the Trauma Resource Institute. Amanda has played the violin for 30 years and has worked as a studio musician and live performer in the U.S. and Canada. Although she's played with numerous orchestras and bands, she now performs predominantly to support charities and other humanitarian efforts. Amanda is a nationally renowned speaker and performer who continues to share her story of hope, inspiring others to 'Ask The Right Question'. She is also a certified Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Master Practitioner of Mental and Emotional Release®, and Master Practitioner of Hypnotherapy. Amanda facilitates the healing, recovery and integration of motivated, proactive clients who are interested in improving their behavioral health using effective, holistic modalities to achieve their goals. Amanda was honored as the 2011 California State Assembly Veteran of the Year for the 76th District. In 2014, Amanda competed against 23 of the top military women from around the nation and was crowned Ms. Veteran America! She was also awarded the 'Selfless Service Award' for her service contribution to Rotary International and 'Show Stopper Award' for best talent. Rotary Code Of Ethics - the Four Way TestIn anything that I think, say or do, I ask myself the following four questions: is it the truth; is it fair to all concerned; is it beneficial to all concerned; will it build good-will and better friendships? If one of those answers is no, I don’t do it. Wellness TipClaim for yourself the core of who you are. Where are going to put your focus to support your energy? Links mentionedwww.AmandaWirtz.com The Center For Information Dominance in Florida Erik Weber Global Messenger for the SoCal Special OlympicsRotary Service Above SelfWounded WarriorsThe Trauma Resource InstituteUnited Service Rotary on FacebookDercum’s DiseaseAmanda Rheaume.com Using podsafe music from http://ccmixter.org/Loveshadow - Almost Given UpNethis - SteadySpeck - Greensleeves (whatever mix) DISCLAIMERThe information contained in these podcasts and on this website is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. 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