Student Staff

Our WGS Student Staff is made up of Graduate and Undergraduate students who are especially passionate about Women’s and Gender Studies. Our student workers have a multi-faceted role when it comes to the WGS program, from planning and staffing events, getting students more involved with WGS in and outside of the classroom, promoting the program via our website and social media, assisting WGS faculty, and more. Our student workers bring us the unique perspective of helping to shape the program inside the office, and being shaped by the program inside their classes.


Kimberly is a second year Master's student in the WGS program. She received her B.A. of Psychology from Guilford College, and holds a double minor in Religious Studies and Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies. Her current research centers sexual violence, trauma and carceral studies. Kimberly hopes to facilitate empowerment in people living with complex post traumatic stress, focusing the positive aspects of having different ways of responding to and engaging the world (something like having a superpower). She was awarded the Sally and Alan Cone research scholarship for 2018-2019. Kimberly plans to pursue her PH.D post graduation. Fun facts--She is an ailurophile, finds the smell of books intoxicating and enjoys traveling in SE Asia.
Student Worker 1Staci Regan

Staci Regan is a first year Master’s student in the WGS Program, also pursuing a Certificate in Historical Musicology. She received her B.A. in Critical and Cultural Studies in Music with a minor in French from Bucknell University. Her current research interest centers women composers of the 18th and 19th centuries. She would like to explore the ways in which societal attitudes towards female composers of this era have affected their musical output. Staci has a background in Music Education and hopes to eventually teach music at the university level. Besides being an avid music lover, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her new German Shepherd puppy, Melody.
Jasmine Harcum

Jasmine Harcum is a third year Undergraduate Student Worker pursuing a double major in Social Work and Women’s and Gender Studies with a minor in Psychology. She enjoys watching spoken word performances, recreational reading, and going to concerts. She is passionate about indigenous preservation, LGBTQ mental health advocacy and bisexual politics. She enjoys talking about the power of vulnerability and emotional intimacy as subversive devices that can be practiced at all times. Jasmine strives to become a clinical social worker to provide mental health and social services to marginalized populations who are less likely to receive these resources, especially queer communities of color. Jasmine is also a member of the UNC Greensboro Expansion Chapter of Alpha Pi Omega, the nation’s oldest and largest Native American Sorority. Jasmine says that “WGS enhances my research into understanding and enhancing the experiences of LGBTQ and racially marginalized populations who struggle with mental health conditions and care.” Jasmine also uses WGS outside of the classroom, stating that “I channel WGS in the ways that I interact with folks in my day to day. I question what I may have previously thought was innate in me when it can potentially be harmful to others, and consider how much of my interactions and reactions are shaped by ignored and toxic social teachings.” She says that her favorite idea from WGS so far is that “we all are capable of change, because we are the change, and through learning, advocacy, outreach and listening to the voices of the oppressed, we can truly revolutionize the world to be safer and better than it is now.” She has been the elected Historian of the UNCG Queer Student Union for the 2016-2017 year. Jasmine was awarded the Sally and Alan Cone Course Scholarship for the 2015-2016 school year, and the Sally and Alan Cone Major Scholarship for the 2016-2017 year.
haileeSommers Hardy

Sommers is currently a junior whose major is Human Development and Family Studies. Her areas of interest include art and its therapeutic qualities, which she will incorporate into her counseling technique. She is also a member of KaleidoSCOPE, an organization that educates a diverse student body prepared to apply innovative solutions to the complex cultural, economic, social, environmental, and political challenges of society. Sommers has received the Bronze Leadership Challenge medal and intends to one day go for the gold! As an enthusiast for women and gender studies, she hopes to gain much understanding and wisdom from this opportunity.
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