Amanda Polloni is a member of the Class of 2019 and grew up in Mahopac, New York. Polloni is a Government major and intends to pursue a Global Studies major with a Sociology minor in the future. Along with being the Vice President of University Relations of the Thelomathesian Society, she is also the president of Stand by Me — a group that educates and trains students within the St. Lawrence community on bystander awareness and Title IX legislation. Additionally, Polloni has helped to create and launch the Peer Mentoring Program here at St. Lawrence University which will begin in the Spring of 2017. In the past, she has served as a senator of the Thelomathesian Society for two semesters and was recently on the Junior Executive Board as the Academic Affairs chair of the Thelomathesian Society.
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