Emler Swim School Alamo Ranch is excited to serve the communities on San Antonio’s far west side, northwest side and Lackland Air Force Base. You’ll find us in Culebra Commons between Shaenfield Road and Culebra Road, on the east side of West Loop 1604 directly across from the Walmart Supercenter.
We’d love to find out more about how we can best serve you. Come by and take a free tour or go ahead and jump right in.
Amanda began lifeguarding at a water park near her home during the summer when she was sixteen. This quickly grew into a passion, and she continued to work at various aquatic facilities lifeguarding, supervising, and instructing over the next eight years.
She started her career with Emler Swim School of Austin-Westlake in March of 2014. Amanda’s first position at Emler was as Manager in Training while she finished her degree at the at University of Texas in Austin, majoring in Consulting and Change Management. After graduation, she accepted the Interim Customer Service Manager position at Emler Westlake, and was quickly named Customer Service Manager at the end of the summer. In August of 2016, Amanda was promoted to Site Director for the Westlake location.
“I always wanted a career where I would wake up and be excited to walk into work! Emler Swim School provides such a fun and friendly workplace where you can build amazing relationships with your customers and the children you teach,” Amanda said. “Not only am I able to work with an incredible staff, but I am also able to impact the Austin community in such a profound way by teaching children to be safe in the water. I honestly feel so lucky that I stumbled upon this company!”
In her personal time, Amanda adores spending time with her son Cameron and visiting family in Seguin and New Braunfels, Texas. Whenever the weather is warm enough, you can catch her floating the Comal River or exploring all of the wonders that Austin has to offer. She is a huge Texas Longhorn fan, and during football and basketball season don’t be surprised to see her sporting Longhorn gear and using “Hook ‘Em” as part of her everyday vocabulary.