Gender Pronouns: he/him/his
Jonathan comes to NC State from Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina, where he served as director of Multicultural Affairs. Prior to that, he served as senior human service coordinator and retention specialist for the Urban Male Initiative at the Community College of Denver and director of student Leadership and associate professor of religion at Brewton Parker College in Mt. Vernon, Georgia. He has undergraduate and graduate degrees in religion from Liberty University and served as a pastor before entering higher education.
Assistant DirectorGender Pronouns: they/them/theirs
B.S. in Psychology, University of Iowa
M.S.W. in Social Work, North Carolina State University
Andy DeRoin is originally from Minnesota but has lived all over the northern Midwest. After completing a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from the University of Iowa, Andy completed a year of AmeriCorps service in Wayne County, NC. Andy completed their Master’s of Social Work in 2015 and joined the GLBT Center as Program Coordinator that same year. Andy has a special interest in curriculum development, advocacy, and strategic planning and also loves to answer questions about the nuances of identity labels for sexuality and gender.
Administrative Support AssociateGender Pronouns: she/her/hers
B.A. in Economics, University of Massachusetts Boston
M.S. in Public Affairs, University of Massachusetts Boston
Lynn Locklear-Fisher is a Lumbee Indian who is originally from Charleston, SC, but lived in Massachusetts before returning south for warmer weather. While working in the Office of Alumni Relations at the University of Massachusetts Boston, she earned a BA in Economics and Masters of Public Administration. Lynn is thrilled to support the mission and goals of the GLBT Center, with a special focus on student support.