The LGBTQ+ Project actively works to make Louisiana State University a safer space for all students, faculty, and staff regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. The Project emphasizes providing educational opportunities, ongoing professional development, and programming for students, staff, faculty, and administration with attention to the unique challenges that lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning (LGBTQ+) individuals and their allies often encounter. The Project also works with students, staff, faculty, administration, student organizations, and university departments to represent LGBTQ+ concerns and provide advocacy and resources.
Meet the Team
LGBTQ+ Project Lead Student Worker
Inari is an out of state student from Phoenix, Arizona. They are a sophomore at Louisiana State University, majoring in English Literature with dual minors in Women’s and Gender Studies and LGBTQ+ Studies. Inari is the Lead Student Worker for the LGBTQ+ Project, as well as the President of the queer pride club Spectrum. In their free time, Inari reads, swims, plays video games, and sword fights with the Society of Creative Anachronism and Dagorhir.