NTID Deputy Title IX Coordinator
NTID Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from RIT 1996 Master in Public Administration from SUNY Brockport 1999
Amy Stornello (she/hers) is the NTID Title IX Deputy Coordinator. She supports the Deaf/Hard of hearing community (students/faculty/staff) with any questions/reporting of the Title IX process and referrals to various resources.
Amy presents and collaborates with other campus/community partners on various educational workshops and programs on gender-based/sexual misconduct: sexual discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking) and university policies.
Additional information can be found at https://www.rit.edu/fa/compliance/title-ix.
Amy strives to ensure that the RIT/NTID community is aware/connected with various resources, to have healthy connections/relationships as well as fostering a safe, supportive campus community for all.
She has been at RIT since 2000, working in Residence Life (Resident Director), RIT’s First Year Experiences instructor, NTID Admissions (Admissions counselor/Assistant Director of Admissions and Visitation), previous Chairperson for NTID’s Career Exploration Studies/Freshman Seminar, and Director of NTID’s Summer Vestibule Program. She was most recently the Sr. Employment Advisor for NTID's Co-op and Career Center (NC3). For fun outside of work, Amy just completed her 200HR. Certified Yoga Teacher training, is an avid reader and enjoys participating in paranormal investigations as well as enjoying time with her husband and two teenaged daughters.
Amy earned her Master’s in Public Administration from SUNY Brockport (1999) and her B.S. in Criminal Justice from Rochester Institute of Technology (1996).
Selected Presentations and Recognitions:
- OneLove - nationally certified facilitator for dating violence on college campuses
- “Diversity Through the Deaf Lens: Understanding the Deaf Community's Struggles for Employability”, presented at National Association of Colleges and Employers (2023)
- “Creating a Culture of Inclusion for Deaf and Hard of Hearing” co-presented with John Macko, Princeton University (2022)
- “Self-Advocacy Strategies for College Student Success” co-presented with Dr. Mary Karol Matchett, Clarke Mainstreamed Conference (2016)
- Tiger Pride: actively volunteers and participates with RIT/NTID campus events such as Open House, ROAR Day, Commencement, classroom presentations and other programs
- NTID Diversity Group: awarded for 6 years of dedicated service for advocating, promoting allyship for diversity and inclusion efforts
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