LGBTQIA Student Ambassadors

Want to be an Ambassador?

SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Ambassadors) is a group of undergraduate students who dedicate their time during the semester to promote the Gender and Sexuality Center for Queer and Trans Life around campus by offering informational presentations to classes, student organizations, and university departments and creating, budgeting, and running fun events and activities to better engage the campus community. As a collective group of LGBTQIA students, we work to educate faculty, staff, and students on LGBTQIA issues. As well as making our resources known, we serve to create inclusive events to bring visibility to the Gender and Sexuality Center for Queer and Trans Life, and to heighten awareness and acceptance of LGBTQIA identities campus-wide.  

Interested in being an Ambassador for Spring 2017? Fill out an application HERE

Contact us!

The GSC:
James Schwartz:


Meet Our Ambassadors! 


          Neno Miller

  • I’m a junior here at the U where I study Journalism and Gender, Women, Sexuality Studies. I’m also vice-president with the To Write Love On Her Arms Chapter here on campus, where we focus on mental health awareness and ending stigmas associated with mental illness. I enjoy writing, photography, biking, strumming on my guitar, hiking, live music, and having deep conversations with folks. I’m super passionate about social justice and advocacy and want to pursue a career in this area. I hope to go on to grad school, work on a feminist studies degree (or something like that…), and be one of coolest prof’s out there, inspiring students and focusing on how mass media can perpetuate things like gender roles, sexual violence, racial discrimination, mental health stigmas, and where all of these things intersect. Fun fact about me: I’m also a slam poet.



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