Amanda J. (Tenpenny) Schulz is a 4th generation Dallasite with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of Texas at Austin, a law degree from St. Mary's University School of Law, and over 20 years of experience in residential real estate. Throughout her career, Amanda has served nearly 500 clients in the areas of residential sales and purchases, residential leasing, property management, estate transactions, for sale by owner negotiations, unimproved property sales, and structured contracts with owner financing, as well as consulting and managing nearly a dozen renovation/restoration projects.
In addition to serving the real estate industry for over two decades, Amanda is a Texas Master Gardener and podcast host of "The Loose Gardener," a former appointee to the Dallas Park Board for Council District 14, current Fundraising Chair for Friends of the Santa Fe Trail and current Membership Director for Friends of Tietze Park. After hobby beekeeping for over 4 years, Amanda and her husband, Jon, founded Blackland Bees, an apiculture business promoting the rescue and relocation of honeybees, pollination services, community education and conservation of wildlife and plant life throughout the Blackland Prairie. At present, Jon and Amanda volunteer as managers for the apiary at the Lake Highlands Community Garden and recently executed a beautification agreement with the City of Dallas for the installation and maintenance of the new pollinator garden at Cochran Park.
In her free time, Amanda enjoys writing, painting, cake decorating, spending time with her children - Nate and Alice, and taking annual summer vacations to the family's favorite second home at Cascadas de Baja in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.