Amanda Lee is a senior at Sam Houston State University majoring in Communication Studies with a minor in Community Leadership. Amanda was born and raised in Jacksonville, Texas, where she graduated from Jacksonville High School in 2017.
Amanda works as the student supervisor in the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. In her position, she reports to and is the immediate backup to the budget specialist. She primarily serves as the lead for the student assistants in the office as well as working with the budget specialist on the budgets in the division. She is excited to be going on her third year of working in the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs.
In addition to working on campus, Amanda volunteers with her sorority sisters at the Ronald McDonald House in Houston. Her favorite part about the Ronald McDonald House is to be able to provide temporary relief by serving meals to the children and families living in the house.
Along with her volunteer service, Amanda is a leader in many other organizations on campus. Amanda is the immediate past president of Student Government Association, the vice president for member development for the Delta Mu Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi, vice president for programming for Orange Keys University Ambassadors, a member of the Greek Honors Society Order of Omega, and a member of Campus Outreach, an on-campus ministry.