The Queer & Ally (Q&A) Network
The Queer & Ally (Q&A) Network is comprised of members of the DU community (students, faculty and staff) who have gone through both Levels 1 and 2 of Q&A Training, and have committed to advancing DU's inclusive culture by posting their membership in the Network (displaying a placard in their office/room), acting as resources to the larger DU community, and staying informed of and engaged with LGBTQ+ work at DU.
Current On-Campus Q&A Network Members
- Jessica Barker (Advancement) May 2016
- Michael Neil (alumn) May 2015
- Meixuan An (alumn) February 2016
- Susan Harries (Daniels College of Business) December 2015
- Monica Humble (Daniels College of Business) November 2011
- Jeff Woods (Daniels College of Business) May 2016
- Devon Sisneros (Daniels College of Business) February 2015
- Federica Bologna (Daniels College of Business) December 2015
- Paula Cole (Economics) November 2013
- Selah Saterstrom (English) November 2006
- Mackenzie Kintz (EO/Title IX) March 2022
- Sarah L Johnson (HCC) August 2006
- Megan Morrell (HCC) March 2022
- Dani Speelman (GSPP) March 2013
- Brian Gearity (GSPP) July 2016
- Erika Osherow (GSPP) March 2022
- Griffin Richards (GSPP) March 2022
- Mark Aoyagi (GSPP) May 2021
- Ellyott Colón (GSPP) May 2022
- Jamie Shapiro (GSPP) May 2021
- Jake Kluver (GSPP) May 2021
- Michael Mata (GSPP) May 2021
- Deana Ahmad (GSSW) December 2015
- Jacob Wooden (Int'l Admission) May 2019
- Melissa Martin (Int'l Studies) May 2012
- Aaron Schneider (Int'l Studies) May 2016
- Jessica Boynton (Law) December 2015
- Amanda Williams (Law) February 2016
- Kristin Deal (DEI) November 2011
- Ping Robert (Morgridge College of Education) October 2018
- Dinah Loerke (Physics & Astronomy) July 2016
- Ben Nourse (Religious Studies) December 2015
- Andrea Stanton (Religious Studies) August 2013
- Hava Gordon (Sociology & Criminology, Gender & Women's Studies) November 2013
- Stacey Stevens (Student Employment) October 2021
- Jenn Lipke (Undergraduate Admission) March 2022
- Sarah Thorstenson (Undergraduate Admission) March 2022
- Erin Elzi (University Libraries) November 2015
Members Are Expected to:
- Have completed both Levels of the Q&A training. (Level 2 training should occur within 12 months of Level I training.)
- Display their Network membership placard/button so as to be visible as someone informed of and engaged with LGBTIQ&A issues.
- Renew their membership commitment annually by participating in:
- At least one LGBTIQ&A campus or community event; AND
- At least one educational/informational workshop or training relating to LGBTIQ&A life.
Membership Benefits Include:
- A Q&A Network member welcome letter (for professional portfolio), personalized display placard, and logo magnet/ button, verifying
- completion of the training modules; AND
- completion of ongoing member development.
- Opportunity to be trained as a Q&A facilitator.
- Opportunities to participate in ongoing Q&A Network events & trainings.
Members are invited to stay informed via the DU Pride Portal, compiling campus and community resources and opportunities around genders and sexualities.
To join the Network, check our Workshops page for upcoming opportunities to complete both Training Levels 1 and 2.