Taylor Rose is a New Media Design Major, Business Administration minor, and Advertising and Public Relations Major here at RIT. She is a transfer student from Finger Lakes Commumity College where she recieved her Associates in New Media Design. She is from Horseheads, NY but now calls Rochester home. Taylor Rose is our graphic designer for the office where she designs and creates posters for our events, brochures for the office, maintains this lovely website, and fulfills any graphic design or media needs. She is also the Spirit Leader on the RIT Cheerleading team and will be often seen at the gym. Taylor Rose is Safe Zone trained and is proud to be working for queer students on campus being a supportive and proud Ally and values inclusivity.
Taylor Rose uses female pronouns - She/Her.
Dan is an RIT Alumnus('15). While at RIT he was involved with Fraternity and Sorority Life as a member of Sigma Alpha Mu and serving multiple terms on the RIT Interfraternity Council. After leaving RIT he worked for a year at the North-American Interfraternity Conference doing remote support for Interfraternity Councils around the country. He is now at The College at Brockport working on his MS Ed. in College Counseling with which he plans to continue working in student affairs.
Dan uses male pronouns - He, Him, His.
Dr. Hinesley, is the staff coordinator of the Q Center and Program Director of the Women's and Gender Studies program in the College of Liberal Arts. He serves on the RIT Leadership Social Justice Advisory Board, the Women's and Gender Studies Coordinating Committee, staff advisor to Tangent and administrative advisor to Outspoken. He began teaching at RIT in 2006, and took on the role of Q Center Coordinator in 2010. Originally from Indiana, he moved to New York in 1999. Before coming to RIT, he served as executive director of the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley for three years, and spent 18 years fundraising for non-profit organizations including Girls Incorporated, Audubon New York, and The Nature Conservancy.
He serves on the Women of Color research team for the AdvanceRIT Women Connect project, funded by the National Science Foundation. Recently, he joined the Social Justice Committee of the anti-racism group, FREE, Facing Race, Embracing Equity. He is a contributor to the book Trans Bodies, Trans Selves, and to the LGBT Encyclopedia, Proud Heritage. His Doctorate of Education in Executive Leadership is from the Wilson School of Education at St. John Fisher College.
He is proud to have led the Pride Flag project, which resulted in the installation of a rainbow pride flag and descriptive plaques in the entrance to the Student Alumni Union. He leads the RIT Safe Zone training project, Q Center operations, and supports faculty, staff, and students as they strive to build an inclusive campus community for LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, pansexual, two spirit, and asexual people and their allies)--in other words, sexual and gender minorities and people who look forward to a time when we recognize and appreciate the entire gender and sexual identity spectrum.
His office is located in the Q Center at SAU A530 and may be contacted at (585) 475 – 4352 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Henry prefers male pronouns - He/Him/His.