Amanda Fiedler
District 5 Councilmember


Amanda Fiedler is serving her second term on the Council. Born and raised in District 5, Ms. Fielder graduated from Broadneck Senior High School and went on to earn her B.A degree in Mass Communications - Journalism, with a minor in Sociology, from Salisbury (State) University. She has worked in media and advertising and is currently an Associate Media Director with a private agency. Ms. Fiedler has always had a deep compassion for people and making a difference and believes strongly in giving back to the community in which she lives. In 2012 she founded a non-profit to support the Blood Donor Center at Anne Arundel Medical Center.  In 2015 she started an advocacy group for parents to support educators in Anne Arundel County.  She has served on the Women’s and Children’s Patient Advisory Council and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Quality Control Council at Anne Arundel Medical Center.  She sat as PTO President and board member for Broadneck Elementary School and is an active member of the Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce.  In her time on the Council, Ms. Fiedler represented the County on the Maryland Association of Counties’ Taxation Subcommittee and, in September of 2021, became a Fellow of the Academy of Excellence in Local Governance from the School of Public Policy with the University of Maryland. She is the mother to three sons and has been married to her husband since 2006.  She currently resides on the Broadneck peninsula and enjoys spending time with family and friends, visiting local parks, attending sporting events, and experiencing music and the arts.

District 5 Contact Information


44 Calvert Street, 1st Floor Annapolis, MD 21401

Main Office
District Office
Pam Scarbro, Legislative Assistant

* Serving second term that expires 12/2026 

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