Associate Director for Student Affairs
Andrew Binder is the Associate Director of Student Affairs at SUNY System Administration in the Office of University Life. He is the primary SUNY administration contact and advisor for the SUNY Student Assembly, working closely with the SA President. Andrew serves as a resource for SUNY SA, helping to connect them with key staff at System and state-wide. He also works extensively with the SUNY SA conference planning team, helping to facilitate the process of securing venues, hotels, and contracts and coordinating key conference needs from System Administration. In addition, Andrew works on state-wide award events and conferences, serves as a resource to student affairs professionals system-wide, helps address various student concerns that come in from across the state, and serves on the College Student Personnel Association of New York State’s annual conference planning committee. Prior to joining system administration, Andrew has worked in campus activities and student affairs at higher education institutions for many years. He is also one of the over 3 million SUNY alumni.
Senior Advisor for University-Wide Policy
Thomas Mastro started his college journey as a student at Onondaga Community College in the fall of 2012. After spending a semester at OCC he transferred to SUNY Broome Community College for two years before moving on to Binghamton University where he is working to complete his degree in Human Development with a minor in Education. After completing his degree Thomas plans on applying to graduate school to further his education in the area of Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs, with his end goal to be a senior administrator at a major research university. While at SUNY Broome Thomas was heavily involved with both his campus and the greater community. He was elected to serve as the President of the Student Assembly and Vice President of the Faculty Student Association. Thomas was also active with his campus’ Student Ambassador program, Judicial Review Board, College Assembly, Council for Operational Issues, and Council for Academic Issues. Thomas was elected Vice President of the Student Assembly in Spring 2014 and served in that role until he was elected President of the Student Assembly last Spring. Thomas recently earned his Bachelor’s degree from Binghamton University and will be commencing a dual Masters in Public Administration and Masters in Student Affairs Administration at Binghamton. Since concluding his term, Thomas was granted the title of President Emeritus by unanimous vote of the Assembly and will serve President Cohen as Senior Advisor for University-Wide Policy in the coming year.
Special Advisor to the President
Organizational Technology Administrator
Representative & Director Emeritus