Located in Student Union Building (SUB) I, Room 2200 (Main floor across Patriot’s Lounge from the Info Desk).
Office Phone: 703-993-2702
Meet our Staff!
Josh is the Associate Director for LGBTQ Resources at GMU. He leads the LGBTQ Resources team and also provides guidance on training development in ODIME + LGBTQ Resources.
He previously worked at Florida State University as a Student Program Coordinator, working directly with the Allies & Safe Zones program and the Pride Student Union. During his time there, he also served as the Staff Co-Chair of the LGBTQ+ Faculty/Staff Network. He graduated twice from the University of North Carolina Wilmington with a M.Ed. in Higher Education and B.A. in Communication Studies. A proud first-generation college graduate, he also holds an Associate’s degree from Cape Fear Community College. While he was a UNCW Seahawk, he worked in the LGBTQIA Resource Office, serving in multiple roles from an undergraduate intern to a Graduate Assistant.
Prior to his career in higher education, Josh served in the United States Marine Corps. Due to this experience, his Master’s thesis was focused on the experiences of LGB military veterans in their undergraduate college experience. This research was recently published in the Journal of Veterans Studies, to help inform the intersections of support for LGBTQ students, military veterans, and LGBTQ military veterans on college campuses.
Josh originally hails from Slidell, LA, a suburb of New Orleans, but also considers the Port City of Wilmington, NC as a second hometown. Josh is an avid comic collector of nearly 25 years! He enjoys spending time with his partner Denise and their two cats Dingy and Monkey! They usually can be found in the best brunch spots in town or watching the newest Netflix show!
Contact Josh at 703-993-2700 or email@example.com
LuLu is the Assistant Director for LGBTQ Resources and a double-graduate of George Mason University, earning their Bachelor of Arts in Integrative Studies and minors of Women & Gender Studies with an LGBTQ Focus and African & African American Studies in 2011, and their Master of Arts in Sociology in 2015. LuLu’s thesis focused on the intersections of athletic and gender identity and expression at the university level. During LuLu’s time as a student they worked three years as Graduate Assistant in LGBTQ Resources and played rugby for Mason and Northern Virginia Women’s Rugby Football Club.
Contact LuLu at 703-993-2702 or firstname.lastname@example.org