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LGBT Resource Center Staff

Kaitlin wearing a black shirt, glasses, and a yellow flower in her hair
  
 

Director

Kaitlin Legg

(904) 620-2939

k.legg@unf.edu

Pronouns: she/her/hers

 

Kaitlin Legg, M.Ed., is a student affairs scholar-practitioner, administrator, and educator with a focus on LGBT populations, diversity and inclusion, and change-resistant organizations. She helps communities and higher education professionals reach their equity, diversity and inclusion goals through strategic capacity building, joyful connectedness, and transformative learning processes. Kaitlin has a professional background in LGBTQ advocacy, diversity and inclusion, feminist leadership development, and housing stability through her service in higher education, non-profits, and grassroots community organizations.

Kaitlin is currently pursuing a doctorate of education in educational leadership and administration at UNF. She earned a master of educational leadership degree with a concentration in higher education administration and a graduate certificate in nonprofit management from University of North Florida. She also holds a bachelor of arts degree in communications and rhetoric with a minor in gender and women’s studies from Nazareth College of Rochester.

Hailing from Rochester, NY, Kaitlin has called Jacksonville her home for over five years. In her free time, she is an avid distance runner and lover of outdoor adventures. On any given Saturday morning you can find her discovering new running routes with PRS Running Club, chomping on donuts and coffee, or learning as much as possible from colleagues in her doctoral program coursework.

If you’d like to know more about Kaitlin, you can connect with her on LinkedIn or read her full bio and curriculum vitae
  

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Program Coordinator

Dwan Love-Dinkens

(904) 620-5197

d.love@unf.edu

Pronouns: she/her/hers

 

Dwan Love-Dinkens is the Program Coordinator for the University of North Florida LGBT Resource Center. A UNF alum, Dwan received her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Social Welfare. At the UNF LGBT Resource Center, Dwan works to create programming that supports and educates students and provide a safe environment that advocates for all students regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity and expression.

 

Dwan is passionate about issues concerning racial inequities, food security, body positivity and issues concerning QTPOC. In her free time, she enjoys reading short stories, gardening (despite having a black thumb), swimming, binge watching the Great British Bake-Off and the Good Place, and discovering new podcasts. 

  

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  Program Assistant

Haiden Baier

Pronouns: he/him/his

 

Haiden is a graduate student in the Masters of Social Work program at UNF and currently holds a Bachelors of Psychology from UNF as well. He was raised as a military brat and has lived in many states and even Italy before coming back to Jacksonville for college.

 

He came out as transgender when he was 20 and found a family and home in the LGBT Resource Center in his undergraduate career. He loves reading, learning new things, and his family. He eventually wants Kaitlin’s job or a similar position elsewhere in which he can help LGBTQ youth navigate a world that isn’t always for them.

  

Dylan Meyers   Graduate Assistant

Dylan Myers

Pronouns: he/him/his

 

Dylan is a graduate student studying Higher Education Administration; he received his Bachelors in Psychology with a minor in Forensics. He hopes to be a director of a university LGBTQ Center one day to help ensure students have a positive college experience. Dylan identifies as a transgender man and has been on HRT for 6 years and had top surgery 4 years ago. 

 

Along with his passion for LGBT advocacy, Dylan is an avid advocate for sexual assault victims and women’s rights. While attending UNF, Dylan is a of member of the Speakers Bureau, facilitates the identity group, Trans Talks, and takes any opportunity to educate others about LGBTQ related issues. Dylan’s interests outside of education include watching TV, going to Drag Shows, swimming, and napping.

Intern Students

Gabby Azzolina  

International Studies Intern

Gabby Azzolina

Pronouns: she/her/hers

 

She is a freshman at UNF. She is an international studies major and loves helping spread awareness about the LGBT center. She wants to spread awareness on an international level and is planning study abroad opportunities that have an LGBT theme.

  

Student Assistants

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  Bones B
Pronouns: they/them/theirs, she/her/hers, he/him/his

Bones is a second-year transfer student at UNF. They are pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Health: Public Health with a minor in Health Education. They love spending time cooking, watching movies with their cat, and playing a video game or two. They also have a small collection of toy robots shaped like dogs. 
  
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Kii Cash

Pronouns: they/them/theirs

 

Kii is a junior at UNF and their major is special education. They identify as a nonbinary genderqueer person. They were born in Ohio and their family currently lives in Maine. They are a member of the LGBT Speaker's Bureau. They love all types of animals and they are a self-proclaimed total nerd. They love sewing and doing other types of crafts, as well as special effects makeup. They also collect weird antiques, including clothes, spoons, and books. They are currently an exceptional student education major and after they finish at UNF, they will either teach middle school, go to graduate school to become an educator of the blind, or both.

   

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Xzavier Dail

Pronouns: he/him/his, they/them/theirs

 

Xzavier is a junior majoring in Biology with a concentration in Ecology and Evolution and also a minor is Chinese. He has been a transfer student for over 2 years. He is a female-to-male transgender person, who has been on hormones for over a year. He enjoys watching anime, listens to asian music (K-POP and J-ROCK), and loves animals and has a big 15 lbs cat named Courage.

  

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Jasmine Elise

Pronouns: she/her/hers, meow/mews

 

Jasmine Elise is a senior at University of North Florida, and had transferred to UNF in Spring 2016. Her current major is Psychology with a minor in Statistics. Jasmine wants to focus and expand the knowledge sex and gender within Psychology to start including more knowledge on intersex and transgender people. She is the treasurer of Pride Club and the web master for Florida Collegiate Pride Coalition (FCPC) 2019. Jasmine is a very caring and happy person. She loves cats and Pusheens, and enjoys reading manga, watching anime, and listening to Japanese music. Some of her hobbies are writing, sewing and carpentry. Jasmine identifies as a Transgender Asexual Romantically-Lesbian Female. Meow!

  

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  Aliya Gordon
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Aliya is a junior at University of North Florida, having recently transferred in Spring 2018 after obtaining her Associates degree at Broward College. Her current major is Fine Arts, concentrating in painting, drawing, and printmaking. She produces art pieces in her free time as “GoldSoul”. As an avid Netflix binge watcher, she’s seen practically its whole catalog of horror movies and thrillers. As a South Florida native, she also enjoys spending time at the beach and nature parks.
  
Sam is wearing a blue top
  
 

Samantha (Sam) Grossman

Pronouns: she/her/hers

 

Sam is a fourth-year student at the University of North Florida seeking her Bachelor of Arts in English and Sociology. Her passions include reading and sleeping, especially in the Quiet Lounge. She assists with the promotion of Club Can-do, participates as a panelist in the LGBTQIA Speaker's Bureau, and helps manage the social media presence at the LGBT Resource Center. 

  

Miles is wearing a button-up shirt
  
  Miles Prower
Pronouns: he/him/his

Miles is a junior here at UNF. He is studying Visual Arts and minoring in Art History. He also works as a Resident Assistant for UNF Housing. Outside of academics, Miles is the President of Pride Club and on the planning committee of the Florida Collegiate Pride Coalition of 2019. He is a big fan of all things Disney and loves visiting the parks with his boyfriend and friends. Miles wants to one day open his own LGBT+ coffee shop.
  
International studies intern wearing maroon shirt with white buttons   Mara Schreiber
Pronouns: they/them/theirs

Mara is double majoring in International Studies and Political Science here at UNF. Their goal is to see as much of the world as possible and foster acceptance and positive change while doing it. 

Staff Mascots

Charlie is wearing glasses and white shirt with blue bowtie, and has a jar with a rainbow brain
  
 

Charlie Flowers

Pronouns: they/them/theirs, she/her/hers, he/him/his

 

Charlie is the LGBT Resource Center Staff's Mascot. Week to week, Charlie is passed from staff member to staff member as a way to recognize others for their efforts on staff. Enjoying life, comforting others and promoting mental self care are some of Charlie's favorite hobbies. Charlie identifies as a genderqueer owl-penguin and enjoys being up to date in the fashion realm. Charlie has been on staff since 2014 and is hoping for many more years to come.

  

Hazel the mascot
  
 

Hazel Nut-Bamboo

Pronouns: they/them/theirs, she/her/hers, he/him/his

 

Hazel is the LGBT Resource Center Staff's Mascot. From week to week, Hazel is passed from staff member to staff member as a way to recognize others for their efforts on staff. Enjoying life, comforting others and promoting productive self care are some of Hazel's favorite hobbies. Hazel identifies as an agender baby sloth, who transcends gender, and enjoys being up to date in the baby fashion. This is Hazel first year (2018) on staff and is hoping for many more years to come.