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Harry Hawkins (he/him) is an advocacy and higher education professional seasoned in creating community partnerships, developing and delivering educational campaigns and programs, and spearheading organizational prioritiesHe previously served as the University of Missouri-St. Louis’ first LGBTQ+ Coordinator and the Director of Case Western Reserve University’s LGBT Center. He currently serves as the Director of the LGBT Resource Center at the University of Utah. Harry has a long and successful history of promoting diversity, equity, and inclusionHe completed his Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Mississippi State University, where he and his peers founded the university’s first Safe Zone programHarry was active in promoting social justice efforts on campus and in his community.   After completing his MS at Mississippi State, Harry went on to work for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest LGBTQ+ and civil rights organizationHe spent three years as the HRC Field Coordinator in their Mississippi field office, where he energetically worked to promote LGBTQ+ advocacy initiatives to achieve LGBTQ+ equality.  

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Emma Errgang
EMMA ERRGANG, Graduate Assistant
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My name is Emma and I’m the graduate assistant in the LGBT Resource Center. I'm a master’s student in the Educational Leadership and Policy program. Before coming to the U, I earned a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Brigham Young University - Idaho. Being in an environment that wasn’t accepting of LGBTQ+ folks made me realize just how important it is for students to feel fully loved, accepted, and supported. My academic interests  include policy development, mental health, and the intersection of neurodiversity and education. In my free time, you can find me watching movies, curating new playlists, researching genealogy, or going on a hike with friends. 

Tyra Imbico
TYRA IMBICO, Office Assistant
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Yáʼátʼééh. Oi. Hello. I'm Tyra, the Office Assistant at the LGBT Resource Center. I'm a fourth year student studying Mathematics with hopes of working in the tech industry and possibly becoming a teacher later on in life. I'm also the Co-Chair for Latinx Student Union and a Learning Assistant for Precalculus. I love playing Breath of the Wild, traveling, going to concerts, and studying astrology (Scorpio Sun, Scorpio Rising, Cancer Moon). 

OLGA RODRIGUEZ LASTRA, Coordinator of Queer and Trans Students of Color Initiatives
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 Olga is the Coordinator of QTSOC Initiatives. She came to the US in 2002 from Mexico. Fluent in Spanish and English, she loves reading in both languages. Olga can be known as Dora the Destroyer when she is on the track playing roller derby. Her big three are Capricorn sun, Cancer rising, and an Aries moon. In her free time, you can find Olga roller skating at the skate park or trying to cook/bake.

Adelaida Salmeron
ADELAIDA SALMERÓN-CORTÉS, Community Engagement Facilitator
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Hola, qué tal corillo! Addie is the community engagement facilitator and is majoring in Sociology with a minor in Spanish. Addie is extremely fascinated by human interactions and hopes to become a sociologist and work in the researching field.  Addie loves music, with reggaeton and midwest emo at her top listens. Addie has a massive love for people and is willing to talk about anything under the sun with anyone. Addie is actively working on and planning weekly events to keep the center lively and interactive! 

JESUS LOPEZ RODRIGUEZ, Community Marketing & Communications Specialist
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Hello, It’s me! Jesus, your new communications and marketing specialist. A 3rd-year student majoring in Graphic Design! In the future, Jesus hopes in helping queer and BIPOC-owned businesses with everything branding and web design.  On his days off, you can find him playing Stardew Valley, trying out new healthy recipes, and discovering new skincare brands.




Last Updated: 9/26/23