Aubrey Madler, Mayville State University
Cory Drucker, he/him/his
Cory Drucker is the Resident Director at Mayville State University. Cory is involved in GPACC because he is a member of the Queer community and believes everyone needs to be treated the same. He has worked with the LGBT+ population for about 10 years in several different states.
Deni Winsand, Mayville State University
Dina Zavala-Petherbridge, Mayville State University
Erin Lord Kunz, she/her/hers
Erin Lord Kunz is a Writing Program Administrator and Assistant Professor of English at Mayville State University. Erin co-directs the community writing project Voices of the Valley which presents at the UND Writers Conference each spring. Erin is involved with GPACC because she believes in equality for all. She lives in Grand Forks with her husband, daughter, and pitbull rescue.
Jeff Gibson, he/him/his
Jeff is the Senior Program Coordinator for LGBTQ+ and Cross-Cultural Programming Initiatives at the University of North Dakota. Jeff is originally from Michigan and moved to North Dakota in the Spring of 2015. Jeff is involved with GPACC as he recognizes the need for community support and advocacy as a member of the LGBTQ community. He hopes that with increased visibility, more and more people will get involved and take action to advocate for equality.
Katie Davidson, University of North Dakota
Lonamalia Parson Smith, she/her/hers
Lona Smith is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Mayville State University. Her passion is teaching and exposing students to sociological thought. Lona is the co-Faculty Advisor for the Multicultural Club and is an avid supporter of underrepresented students at Mayville State. Lona states that “When we truly exercise empathy and open ourselves to other cultures and perspectives, it is then that we are at our best selves.”