Roman Christiaens serves as the Assistant Director for Learning and Development at University of Michigan. Their responsibilities focus on Support Services, Education and Training. Roman's previous work in higher education has ranged from first generation student support to orientation and transition programs to campus involvement and community engagement. Roman obtained their Bachelor’s of English with a focus on Creative Writing from Seattle University and a Master of Education from the University of Vermont with a focus in Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration.
Mark currently serves as the Assistant Director for Engagement at the Spectrum Center at University of Michigan. His main responsibilities focus on Programs and Events, Community Events and Relations, and the Center's Communications work. Mark's portfolio revolves around working with queer students of color as well as queer international students. He obtained his bachelor's of Arts in Spanish and French from Adrian College followed by a master's degree from Michigan State University in Student Affairs Administration.
Kaden serves as the Office Coordinator at the Spectrum Center where he manages the front desk, greets walk-ins, and handles all of the administrative needs of the Office. Kaden is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University where he earned a Bachelor's of Science in Psychology with a minor in Human Sexuality.
Will serves as the Director of the Spectrum Center. As Director, Will focuses on diversity and inclusion strategic planning, organizational development, supervision, and leadership of campus-wide educational programming. Will is a 2007 graduate of the University Of Michigan School of Social Work where he focused on Interpersonal Practice with Children, Youth and Families and a 2005 graduate of the College of Wooster.
Linsa is the Student Support Services Program Manager at the University of Spectrum Center. Linsa is a recent graduate of the University of Michigan, and earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience, as well as English Literature. As an undergraduate, Linsa worked as a Diversity Peer Educators for the ResHalls, and was involved in many identity and advocacy based student organizations.