With over 10 years of dedicated service in higher education student and faculty support services, Ms. Amanda McIntosh has established herself as an advising specialist in facilitating academic success and fostering growth within the educational community.
Ms. McIntosh’s journey in higher education support began at Eastern Kentucky University, where she has held various roles, each marked by her commitment to excellence and unwavering dedication to students and faculty.
As an Advising Specialist within the College of Business Advising Office at Eastern Kentucky University, she has been instrumental in guiding students toward their academic and career goals since July 2018. Her expertise in academic advising has helped countless students navigate their educational paths with clarity and confidence.
In January 2021, Ms. McIntosh expanded her role as an Online Course Facilitator within EKU Online – College of Business. In this capacity, she brings her extensive knowledge and passion for education to the digital realm, enriching the online learning experience for students.
Prior to her current roles, Ms. McIntosh served as the Administrative Coordinator for the Department of Psychology at Eastern Kentucky University from May 2009 to September 2016. Her contributions during this time played a vital role in ensuring the department’s smooth operation and supporting its academic endeavors.
Ms. Amanda McIntosh is herself a product of Eastern Kentucky University’s academic excellence. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Student Personnel Services in Higher Education, awarded in May 2020. Her journey at EKU also includes earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in General Studies with a focus on Business and Technology in December 2013, as well as an Associate of Applied Science degree in Office Systems and Technologies in May 2009.
Ms. McIntosh’s commitment to professional development is highlighted by her certifications. She obtained an Appreciate Advising Certification in the Fall of 2014, demonstrating her dedication to enhancing the academic advising process. Additionally, her role as a Vets Ready Staff Member, achieved in June 2020, reflects her commitment to creating a supportive environment for veterans within the academic community.