Amanda Montoya is a fourth year PhD student in Quantitative Psychology working with Dr. Andrew Hayes. She is a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. Her research focuses on improving the ability of psychology researchers to answer their questions of interest using sound statistical methods and by developing easy to use tools to encourage researchers to use the most advanced methods available. She earned her B.S. from the University of Washington in Psychology and a minor in Mathematics in 2013. She completed her M.A. in Psychology and M.S. in Statistics at Ohio State in 2016. In addition to her role as Treasurer of the Council of Graduate Students, she has also served as the Treasurer of the Psychology Graduate Students Association since 2015 and served as the Psychology Delegate for CGS for the 2016 – 2017 school year.
Roles & Responsibilities :
The treasurer is responsible for:
- Creating an annual operating budget for the Council.
- Keeping an accurate record of the Council's finances.
- Approving all of the Council's expenditures.
- Reporting on the Council's expenditures during delegate meetings.
- Formulating an annual report of the Council's expenditures at the end of the budget year.
- Overseeing the Edward J. Ray Travel Award Committee.
- Serving as an ex officio voting member of the Council on Student Affairs.