Kyle O’Neill: SAGE Coordinator – LGBT & Gender Resources and Multicultural Programming
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Kyle O’Neill is the current coordinator of the S.A.G.E Center at Plymouth State University. Kyle has been actively involved in Plymouth State’s diversity efforts since moving to Plymouth for graduate school in August of 2009. After four years as a residence director at PSU he is excited to be able to focus more on the LGBT community. Kyle has a BA in Humanities with a minor in Counseling from San Francisco State University and a M.Ed. in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Counseling from Plymouth State University.
Undergraduate Student Assistants:
I have been working at the SAGE Center for four years now and I absolutely love it. I will be graduating in May with a degree in English and Women’s Studies and it is my goal to be able to have a career when I graduate that involves planning events, along with gender, sexuality and anti-violence.
I am a senior social work major this year at PSU. I have worked at the SAGE Center for my whole college career, as well as I am the Vice President of PSU Pride here on campus. I am interested in combining social work with LGBT issues and look forward to making a difference in the community around me.
Brian Nartiff is a junior Psychology major with a concentration in mental health from Salem, New Hampshire. This will be his second year working at the S.A.G.E. Center. He is in charge of volunteers and paneling for the center. Brian is the treasurer of the Psychology Club. During the summer he volunteers at the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and also an adult behavioral unit at a Massachusetts hospital.
I am from the Catskill Mountains of Upstate New York. I am a Health Education and Promotion major with a focus in School Health. At the SAGE Center I plan events related to women’s issues and equality. I am an active member of PSU Sailing Club and also the Sophomore Class Representative in Student Senate. After college I will be attending a Midwifery school for two years in hopes of becoming a Midwife.
I’m from Foxboro MA, and I’m a psychology major with a concentration in mental health. I’ve been working at the SAGE Center for a year focusing on social justice and multicultural issues. I’m the secretary for the psychology club on campus and a member of the recently reinstated AWARE club for women’s issues.
Kelsey Luttrell is a senior Interdisciplinary Studies major with a focus in Gender Studies. This is her first year working at the S.A.G.E. Center and is excited for a year of wonderful and educational events. She hopes to put her knowledge of gender related issues to the test by bring in new perspective to programming. In the future, she would like to continue with peer education but ideally on a larger scale.