Senior Employment Advisor
Senior Employment Advisor
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from RIT 1996 Master in Public Administration from SUNY Brockport 1999
Amy Stornello (she/hers) is the Senior Employment Advisor for the NTID Co-Op and Career Center as well as NTID’s Title IX Deputy Coordinator. She supports Deaf/Hard of hearing students and alumni in the College of Science, College of Health Sciences and Technology and NTID’s Laboratory Science/General Science programs. Amy also works with the NC3 team’s exciting new initiative, “TRACCD”, which allows us to support our Deaf/Hard of hearing community members whose careers/jobs have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic by providing assistance and resources and exciting training opportunities! Amy also works collaboratively with various departments within RIT/NTID to ensure that our students are aware of their career goals and how to position themselves so they’re ready to go! Amy is especially thrilled to meet with/connect with employers to showcase our fabulous students and alumni and to ensure that support systems are in place for a successful working relationship.
Amy is new to NC3 but not new to NTID! 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. 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:
- “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
- OneLove - nationally certified facilitator for dating violence on college campuses
- NYS Certified Police Instructor “Two Worlds” Training for Police Academic recruits/Adjunct Professor, Monroe Community College
National Association of Colleges and Employers, Member, 2022 – Present
Rochester Area Career Development Association, Member, 2022 - Present
In the News
December 4, 2020
RIT/NTID student Trinity McFadden has eyes on politics
Trinity McFadden, a criminal justice major, spent last summer and fall semester working as a campaign intern for newly elected Colorado Sen. John Hickenlooper.