Lukas has been working at New York University's LGBTQ Student Center since June 2015. He received his BA in Philosophy at Warren Wilson College, where he was working prior to NYU. He is currently finishing up his Masters here at NYU in Social & Cultural Analysis, with a focus on environmental racism through industrial food systems in rural communities of color.
Before moving to NYC, Lukas lived in Asheville, North Carolina and grew up in the town of Fairfax, Vermont. Fun facts about Lukas is that he played on varsity football in High School, worked on a hog farm for two years, and is a Canadian citizen.
Reach out to Lukas if you have questions concerning programming, student clubs, workshops/trainings, social media and OUTPost, university policies and procedures, and anything else the Center does.
Also, feel free to swing by his office anytime!
Carol Đinh (she & they pronouns) is a queer Vietnamese-American low-income/working-class first-generation first year in the Higher Education Student Affairs Master's program in Steinhardt. She is from Orange County, California. Before NYU, she worked at the UCSB Multicultural Center where she sought to transform work that cultivates awareness, advocacy, and community building. She is interested in college access, persistence, and success of students of color (primarily queer Southeast Asian-Americans), social mobility, student development, and social justice movements and education. She is a proud Aquarius and Ravenclaw.