Frontier Nursing University - Midwifery Master's Program
Pace University - Bachelors of Nursing
University of Bradford, West Yorkshire - BA, International Relations and Security Studies
Certified Nurse-Midwife
Clinical / Research Interests
Trauma Informed Care
Pregnancy after cancer

Amanda Booth, CNM, MSN is a Certified Nurse-Midwife Fellow at The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates in Washington, DC. Amanda is from England but now calls DC her home. In March 2022, she graduated from Frontier Nursing University’s midwifery master’s program with a focus on home birth and community-based care. 

Amanda also holds a Bachelors of Nursing from Pace University, New York and a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Security Studies from the University of Bradford, West Yorkshire. She has extensive experience as an educator, doula, and in the field of maternal-child global health. Amanda lived in Myanmar for eight years and helped to train clinicians on the best neonatal care practices along with technical instruction for donated NICU equipment specifically designed for low-resource environments. 

Her special interests include pregnancy after cancer and trauma-informed care. She is honored to be part of the midwifery team at GW and is committed to supporting client autonomy and providing the most up-to-date evidence-based care.