Amanda Riske is a doctoral candidate at Arizona State University in the Learning, Literacies, and Technologies Ph.D. program. Her dissertation research focuses on in-service education for K-12 mathematics teachers on statistical literacy, specifically designing professional development that supports statistics and data analysis for citizenship and social justice. Amanda is a CADRE Fellow, a professional growth opportunity through the National Science Foundation for early-career STEM education researchers that focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Prior to graduate school, Amanda was an international secondary mathematics teacher in Norway, Germany, China, and Washington, D.C., and developed a curriculum for a traveling school. She holds a BA in Secondary Education Mathematics from Arizona State University and an MPhil in Comparative International Education from the University of Oslo, Norway. When she is not thinking about math and statistics education she enjoys spending time with loved ones, learning about art, cycling, gardening, and training her cattle-dog-mix rescue.