Resource Center Staff


Shevonne Nelson Dillingham

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Shevonne provides leadership for the Multicultural Student Center, LGBTQ+ Resource Center, and OMA Ambassadors (peer diversity education program). Additionally, she facilitates diversity education programming for classes and student organizations and provides consultation for campus multicultural and LGBTQ+ issues upon request. Shevonne advises H.U.E. (Honoring, Urging, and Empowering Queer and Trans People of Color) and co-advises Black Student Union. Their undergraduate degree is in communication, family studies, and fashion merchandising from Weber State University and her master's is in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University. Their previous experience includes multicultural recruitment, student activities, campus recreation, and multicultural and LGBTQ+ leadership.


Graduate Coordinator for LGBTQ+ Programs

Dr. Katie Stygles

Katie is Director of Multicultural Affairs and LGBTQ+ Programs.  She has prior experience in HIV prevention education, volunteer coordination, and other non-profit work, research, and co-curricular community and civic engagement.

Katie has a Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance and a Master of Arts in Counseling.  Her Ph.D. is from BGSU in Higher Education Administration, with a focus on social justice issues in higher education.  Her dissertation is titled, "Queering academia: Queer faculty mothers and work-family enrichment."  

Outside the university, Katie has been involved with the ACPA (College Student Educators International) Coalition for Sexuality and Gender Identities (CSGI).

Updated: 07/11/2022 08:37AM