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.


taylorTaylor Chapman

Contact: tmchapma@uncg.edu
Taylor Chapman is a second year Graduate Assistant. She graduated from UNCG in May 2015 with a B.A. in both Women's & Gender Studies and English. She loves blogging about feminist theory & praxis and is involved in community organizing off-campus focusing on building self-realization, political efficacy, and ecological literacy among girls and women. She is especially passionate about fat politics and positivity, body politics, class and poverty politics, anti-racism, and anti-sexism.
Student Worker 1Zac Johnson

Contact: zkjohnso@uncg.edu
Zac Johnson is a first year Graduate Assistant in the WGS MA program. He graduated from UNCG in May 2016 with a B.A. in Women’s and Gender Studies and Political Science. His current academic interests are the intersections between post-structuralist theory and queer activist practices, cultural policy studies, post-modern anarchism, and the applications of continental philosophy in social justice work. Zac is planning to pursue a PH.D in cultural studies after completing the MA program and aspires to become a college professor and researcher in the field.
Student Worker 1Jasmine Harcum

Contact: jjharcum@uncg.edu
Jasmine Harcum is a first year Undergraduate Student Worker pursuing a double major in Psychology and Women’s and Gender Studies. She enjoys the expression of art through writing and poetry, especially spoken word. She is passionate about feminism and women’s issues, social justice, activism for Native American tribes, LGBTQIA rights and queer issues, and advocacy for mental health. Jasmine strives to one day specialize in counselling and psychiatric treatment of mentally ill individuals who identify as members of queer community.
Student Worker 1Meredith Scott

Contact: mlscott2@uncg.edu
Meredith Scott is a first year Undergraduate Assistant working toward a B.A in WGS with a Psychology minor. Meredith is passionate about many social justice issues including feminism, queer and trans rights and advocacy, body positivity and inclusion, and rights and acceptance for femmes of all backgrounds. Meredith has always wanted to truly make the world a better place, and for them that starts at home by promoting inclusion in all spaces and advocacy for those that cannot be heard. Meredith one day wants to run a home for queer youth, and later on to teach, whether in a classroom setting or a mentor role.
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