Bringing your full and true self to campus each day is impactful. Living out signals to others that it is not just okay, but also normal, to be 2LGBTQIA+ and work at UConn and UConn Health. It is vital representation for our students, as well as our fellow staff and faculty.
Individuals on these lists specifically and actively choose to be included, and they represent the diverse spectrum of identities. With this effort, QUE aims to foster awareness, visibility, and an informal network for the queer communities at UConn and UConn Health. These lists provide another example of UConn's and UConn Health's commitments to equity, diversity, and inclusion.
These lists are incomplete, because myriad obstacles can hinder members of our community from safely living as their authentic selves. 2LGBTQIA+ people warrant the same freedom to live openly and safely as cisgender heterosexuals have, and QUE hopes that this list will prompt a reminder of the ongoing disparity.
Pansexual, Queer, cis femme woman
Student Health and Wellness, Health Promotion Team
UConn alum: 2016 (Master of Public Health)
Student Success Librarian
woman, lesbian, transgender
Cisgender. Gay. Male.
Student Experience Specialist & Academic Advisor
Office of Undergraduate Advising, School of Business
Health & Wellness Specialist
Student Health and Wellness
UConn alum: 2012
queer cisgender woman
UConn Library Research Services