Amanda Hanincik with several Albright students

Amanda Hanincik (bottom row, second from left)

Amanda Hanincik has been named Lafayette’s director of educational equity and Title IX coordinator, as announced by Annette Diorio, vice president for campus life. 

Hanincik has more than 14 years of higher education experience in a variety of roles, including residence life, community standards, and international student advising. Most recently, she served as dean of students and Title IX coordinator at Albright College. In 2011, she became Albright’s assistant dean of students, a post she held until 2018 when she was promoted to dean of students. 

As director of educational equity and Title IX coordinator, Hanincik will play a central role in creating an equitable learning environment conducive to the intellectual, social, and personal growth of students that is free from discrimination in any form. She will collaborate with community partners as well as the College’s faculty, administrators, coaches, students, and senior leaders to develop and implement policies that positively impact the campus community and acknowledge and celebrate a diverse student body and an inclusive campus.

A 2000 graduate of Albright with a Bachelor of Science degree in business management and psychology, Hanincik earned a Master of Science degree in counseling and educational psychology from West Chester University in 2004. 

Additional positions Hanincik held at Albright include director of housing and residential learning (2008-2011) and assistant women’s basketball coach (2005-2018).

Hanincik holds memberships in several national organizations, including Association of Title IX Administrators, Association for Student Conduct Administration, National Orientation Directors Association, and National Association of Foreign Student Advisers.

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