Leadership Studies in Education and Organizations

Amber Maloney

Amber Maloney graduated from the Wright State Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) master’s program. She thoroughly enjoyed her time here and took every opportunity that came her way. For her internship experience, she started a peer education program at the University of Dayton regarding body image and eating disorders. She implemented a similar program for RA's at the University of Cincinnati. She taught over 100 college level English language learners at Miami University, and she helped with marketing and outreach at Wright State's University Center for International Education. She was President of the Student Affairs Graduate Association (SAGA) and founded the SAHE Mentorship Program. She accepted another internship at the University of Cincinnati after she graduated, where she will be recruiting and training RAs. In the future, she plans on teaching abroad in Spain in October (inspired by her time at Miami), and then return to the states and work within Student Affairs. She can't wait to see what's next!

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