Join us Saturday, October 12th, 2013
Meet the 2013 Committee!
Katherine Ashmore is a complete glitter-fanatic junior at UVM and is majoring in Sociology and minoring in Women and Gender Studies. She’s proud to be a returning TIC committee member. When she’s not participating in things like Hearts Not Parts, she enjoys rocking out (especially to Ke$ha) pretty much anywhere, anytime. And knits; she’s pretty pumped that she now knows how to knit.
Katty Conforti is a sophomore in the College of Education and Social Services here at UVM, an RA for Mercy Hall on North Campus, and an Eco-Rep. Outside of academics, she prefers to focus her energy on pushing forward for LGBTQA rights and promoting environmental sustainability. Her previous experiences include volunteering for TIC 2012 and working as a Transphobia Awareness Faculty Trainer.
Rocko Gieselman is currently a Junior at UVM and is majoring in women & gender studies with a minor in sociology.They are a Burlington native and have been going to TIC since high school. In their spare time they enjoy riding giant kittens up mountains and embroidery.
Steph Milnarik is currently a senior at UVM studying Secondary Education English and believes so much in UVM as a whole and all it has to offer each individual! Steph loves working as the Student Orientation Coordinator in the Department of Student life, as well as leading a fine campus tour. Steph is really just passionate about the world, learning, advocating for people, and hearing their stories. When Steph is not leading a fun icebreaker or utilizing a campus resource, you can catch Steph hiking in the mountains, longboarding, or enjoying a maple creemee with sprinkles.
Jaime Moskowitz is excited to be involved with TIC during her first year at UVM. She is currently a Psychology major and a Sexuality and Gender Identity Studies minor. During high school, she worked with LIGALY (Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth) as a youth educator and was involved with her drama club. When not doing class related things, she enjoys listening show tunes and acting out full musicals by herself in her dorm.
Chris Nial is a 2nd year graduate student in the Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration program at UVM. He is also the Educational Programming Assistant for the LGBTQA Center, and advisor to Allied Faces, a student organization that talks about White Privilege and White Identity. Chris is thrilled to be part of TIC and excited for the amazing presentations TIC has this year.