Cornerstone Program Coordinator
Amy Fisk is the Program Coordinator of the Cornerstone Program within the Office of Disability Resources at Purchase College. As Program Coordinator, she works directly with students who identify with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Amy provides individualized academic, self-management and social skills coaching, leads social skills support groups, serves as a liaison between students and faculty and staff, and provides supervision to undergraduate peer mentors for the program. Additionally, she provides professional development for faculty and staff on campus to enhance Autism awareness.
Amy is a school psychologist and worked in the public school setting, where she completed psychoeducational evaluations, conducted individual and group counseling, and regularly consulted with school personnel and families. She also previously served as a counselor in a therapy setting for university students, as well as an Academic Consultant in a university disability services office where she worked with students to provide individualized interventions.
Amy enjoys reading, cooking, watching movies, traveling, and spending time with friends and family. She is a dedicated Harry Potter fan, and is an occasional Netflix/Hulu-binger.