Amanda R. Wright

Academic Inclusion Coordinator
M.S.E., J.D.
Primary office:
Room 102

Amanda serves as the Academic Inclusion Coordinator in the Office of Multicultural Affairs and is the main contact for faculty and academic departments.

Amanda was born and raised in Kansas, received her B.S. in Psychology from Baker University in 2007, her Juris Doctor from Washburn University School of Law in 2011, and her Masters in Higher Education Administration from the University of Kansas in 2015.  In her role with the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Amanda works with faculty units, academic departments, and academic support staff to cultivate inclusive academic experiences for students.  Amanda also provides support and resources for students.  Amanda is passionate about advocating for students with marginalized identities and fostering a more equitable and inclusive culture in higher education.  

Outside of work, Amanda enjoys time with her family, drinking lattes with friends, playing board games, walking around Mass Street, and watching The West Wing (and other excellent shows) on Netflix.


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