Amanda M. Cappelletti
Democrat (Term Expires: 2024) serving Delaware (part) and Montgomery (part) Counties.
Community, Economic & Recreational Development , Minority Chair
Agriculture & Rural Affairs
Banking & Insurance
Health & Human Services
View my 2021-2022 session co-sponsorship memoranda
View my 2021-2022 session sponsored legislation
Chestnut Hill College, B.S.
Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law, J.D.
Temple University, College of Health Professions and Social Work, M.P.H.
Senator Amanda Cappelletti represents the 17th Senatorial District in Montgomery and Delaware Counties. The district encompasses Radnor and Haverford in Delaware Counties and 9 municipalities in Montgomery County from Lower Merion into Norristown and Blue Bell. Senator Cappelletti is a born and raised advocate for Pennsylvania. Through her upbringing and career, Amanda has put helping others first. Whether it was a service project in junior high or stepping up to protect reproductive rights in Pennsylvania, Amanda will lend a hand to those who need it most. An attorney with a Master’s in Public Health, Amanda has worked in Harrisburg to advance progressive policy. She worked with Representative Donna Bullock and as a Fellow for the ACLU of Pennsylvania. She was a member of the first group awarded the William Penn Fellowship through the Governor’s Office: first as an advocate for children at the Office of Child Development and Early Learning, and then at the Department of Human Services as a policy specialist tracking legislation to assess implementation. Most recently, Amanda served as Director of Policy for Planned Parenthood advocating for reproductive health. In 2017, Amanda was elected to East Norriton’s Board of Supervisors, where she led the conversation in police reform and successfully decriminalized marijuana. A life-long resident of Pennsylvania, Amanda grew up in Boyertown and graduated from Boyertown Area Senior High. She attended Chestnut Hill College for her undergraduate degree, and received her law degree and Master’s in Public Health from Temple University. She currently resides in East Norriton with her husband, Gregory McQuiston, a U.S. Navy veteran.