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Amanda McClellan receives Foremost Under 40 Honors

2016 Foremost Under 40



Pennsylvania Business Central proudly congratulates all of the young professionals and forward thinkers honored in the 2016 Foremost Under 40. Each honoree was selected by the editorial board for their grit and determination to keep growing in their chosen field.

The finalists featured in this year’s edition were picked by the editorial board from a long list of nominations that had been sent to us from chambers of commerce, local business leaders and interested readers. This year’s winners include social coordinators, self-starting entrepreneurs, lawyers, executive directors and business owners who rose to the occasion when they were needed.

Amanda McClellan


     Amanda McClellan

     Business Services Relationship Manager, Centre Region

      Doing Better Business Inc. (WPS, Inc.)

      Amanda is a Central PA girl who grew up riding horses in the fields of Sinking Valley.

      After graduating with her  master’s degree in education from the University of Pittsburgh, she taught middle school for several years  before starting her own business in the fitness industry.  

Those experiences were incredibly rewarding and taught  her many lessons about leadership and especially that true success comes from helping people.

 When the opportunity to work for Doing Better Business, Inc. came up, the timing was right for her. She excitedly  stepped into her position having known the impeccable reputation of the company and ownership for well over a decade. At Doing Better Business, Inc., she helps her clients manage their office technology environment by providing a consultative approach to their paper output strategies and offer cutting edge solutions to help them do better business.

She resides in Warriors Mark with her husband, their two daughters and their dog. She is a member of this year’s Leadership Centre County class.

She’s active in the State College Downtown Rotary Club, CBICC Connect and volunteers with The CCHS Foundation – a national organization to raise awareness for Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome – a condition which her youngest daughter lives with.

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