Co-Chairs:Warren Scherer & Demere Woolway
Membership, Structure & Process Chair:
Outreach & Advocacy Chair:
LGBT2 Group Chair:
People of Color Group Chairs:
Publications & Communication Chair:
Support Services Chair:
Trans & Genderqueer Group Chair:
Click here to learn more about the Board positions.
The LGBT2 Constituency-Based Group provides support and resources for individuals who directly report to another professional staff person doing and ultimately responsible for LGBT work on college and universities campuses. LGBT2 Members include Assistant Directors, Program Coordinators, and other center staff beyond the director.
People of Color Group
The People of Color Constituency-Based Group is a supportive network and space for people of color within the Consortium. This group is the official voice of people of color within the Consortium. All who self-identify as people of color are welcome to join.
Trans & Genderqueer Group
The Trans & Genderqueer Constituency-Based Group is a supportive network and space for people who identify under the trans and genderqueer spectrum within the Consortium. This group exists to provide support, create dialogue, and offer feedback regarding gender identity and expression issues to the Consortium.
Anti-Racism Working Group
The Anti-Racism Working Group acts as an accountability mechanism to move the Consortium towards greater inclusion of a racial justice lens into all of its projects and activities. All who support racial justice and inclusion are welcome to join. Contact the Anti-Racism Chair for more information.
Education, Outreach & Advocacy Working Group
The Education, Outreach & Advocacy Working Group is responsible for the overall education and outreach strategies including creating and disseminating information regarding lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues and concerns to members of the Consortium. This group will also address concerns of internal to the Consortium and external (e.g. CAS, ACPA, NASPA, etc.) assessment.
The Creating Change Institute Planning Group
The Creating Change Institute Planning Group is responsible for the planning and implementation of the day-long institute that takes place during the pre-conference institutes at Creating Change. Contact the Education Chair for more information.
Publications and Communications Working Group
The Publications and Communications Working Group is responsible for developing an overall publications strategy including creating a visibility plan for the Consortium (e.g. Consortium brochure, Consortium display board for conferences), writing press releases, developing talking points in conjunction with other committees, and coordinating media communication as it relates to the Consortium. This working group also is responsible for maintaining the web page and listservs. Contact the Publications and Working Group Chair for more information
Membership, Structure, and Process Working Group
The Membership, Structure, and Process Working Group is responsible for maintaining current membership lists and identifying and securing new members. This working group is also responsible for developing the structure of the Consortium. The working group answers the questions of why we exist, how we will accomplish our goals, and generally oversees the process of measuring the Consortium's progress. Contact the Membership Chair for more information.
Support Services Working Group
The Support Services Working Group is responsible for developing strategies to support the members of the Consortium. This working group is responsible for updating the current FAQ's, developing new FAQ's and soliciting experts to author them, coordinating the Mentor Program, coordinating the Campus Track at NGLTF, and developing and maintaining the Consultant/Speaker Network and Internship Program.
Regions Working Group
The Regions Working Group coordinates the diverse regional networks of Consortium member institutions. The working group is made up of regional representatives and works to ensure member and non-member institutions have access to continuing professional development, education, advocacy, and support resources. Contact the Regions Chair for more information.