C. Kai Medina-Martinez, Director Pronouns: They/Them/theirs/he/him/his
C. Kai Medina-Martinez, MSW, LCSW Director of the LGBT Resource Center has over 15 years in the field of social work. In addition to their position at the LGBT Resource Center they have a small private practice where they specialize in LGBTQ issues. They are a doctoral student in Education Leadership and Policy, and they teach graduate courses in Social Work. They believe that everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. Kai is available to meet with students, faculty and staff who have questions or concerns. To set up an appointment with Kai, please email their assistant, Bree Peacock at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gabriella Blanchard, Coordinator of Education & Outreach pronouns: she/her/hers
Gabriella is the Coordinator of Education and Outreach at the University of Utah’s LGBT Resource Center and the proud parent of two long-haired queer spawn fighting against oppression the best ways any 2 young activists can. She has a passion for social justice, social healing, trauma-informed community building, centering femmes, and getting away with whatever she can. She is an idealist committed to justice work.
Gabriella has also gone by the name Bri(anne) in the past, and will likely change her name again in the future. She answers to many names.
Bree Peacock, Executive Secretary pronouns: she/her/hers
Bree is the Executive Secretary here at the University of Utah LGBT Resource Center. She recently relocated from Indiana, and is enjoying seeing mountains in the distance instead of cornfields. She graduated from Indiana University with a degree in photography/graphic design. She is passionate about LGBTQ activism, hiking and traveling, and reading books about the Pacific Crest Trail.
lenny Liechty, Student Staff pronouns: he/him/his
Lenny is a pre-med student in Middle Eastern Studies. He loves learning new languages, watching emotionally wracking movies, and traveling around on his trusty scooter. Lenny believes in the realization of equity through Social Justice, queer and trans activism, and embracing cultural identities.
andrew hayes, student staff pronouns: He/Him/His
Andrew is currently in his second year at the University of Utah. Andrew is passionate about queer & trans advocacy and is particularly interested in the ways class and pedagogy intersect with these identities. In his free time Andrew enjoys exploring the outdoors, reading philosophy and watching movies.