Advocates for Inclusive Mentoring


Amanda Martinez-Port '25
Student Director

Amanda is a junior majoring in Global Business and Hispanic Studies with a minor in Communications. To Amanda, AIM's mission is to support POC Bennies during their years at the College of Saint Benedict. By building connections, receiving guidance, and attending retreats, AIM Scholars become a part of a community that is both safe and fosters growth. Amanda is passionate about the gender gap in education, migrant and refugee women's rights, and issues of intersectionality. Through AIM, Amanda is hoping to create a similar program that supports First and Second Year Bennies interested in Business, Project Management, and Entrepreneurship.  Amanda has served as both a Mentor and Mentee before becoming the Director.

Stacey Delgado '25
Assistant Student Director

Stacey is a Junior majoring in Communication. To Stacey, AIM’s mission is to empower underrepresented bennies to be their best self during and after their years in the College of Saint Benedict. AIM is a space to find yourself and be THAT woman. The woman who is striving to be her best self. Together we learn about ourselves, care about our peers, and love each other as we create a unique sisterhood within the Bennie community. Stacey is very passionate about advocacy for marginalized groups, cultural representation and understanding, intersectionality, and women's rights. Our program has the mentees go through a journey of self-discovery along with their Mentors as they transition from Mentees to mentors to Graduates. Through AIM, Stacey hopes to create a sisterhood that becomes a support system for underrepresented bennies to feel heard and appreciated. Stacey will be serving this year as AIM Assistant Director.