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Amanda Wynter (she/her)

Program Coordinator, Cornerstone Program

Amanda Wynter 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 as having an Autism Spectrum Disorder, providing individualized academic, self-management, and social skills coaching. Amanda is responsible for providing leadership and supervision of the Program, including staff and undergraduate peer mentors. Additionally, she provides professional development for students, faculty, and staff on campus to meet the needs for support, advocacy, and awareness of students with autism spectrum disorders.

Prior to joining the Office of Disability Resources at Purchase College, Amanda worked as an educator in a public school setting, specializing in teaching academic literacy skills, providing individualized interventions and accommodations to neurodivergent students, and coordinating postsecondary transition supports for students with disabilities. Her professional background also includes experience in college and career readiness and vocational rehabilitation services. In addition to her K-12 experience, Amanda has held various leadership roles in college student affairs.

In her spare time, Amanda enjoys traveling, watching crime shows, arts and crafts, and being outdoors. She also values time spent with her husband, son, and cat.