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.


kimberlyKimberly
Martin


Contact: kamarti8@uncg.edu
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

Contact: slregan@uncg.edu
Staci 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.
maryMary Nease

Contact: menease@uncg.edu
Mary is a transfer student in her first year here at UNCG. She majors in Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies with a concentration in Apparel Product Development (or in layman’s terms, fashion design) and is minoring in Women’s and Gender Studies. She is passionate about ethical production and using fashion as a vehicle for feminism and social change. Mary is also the Director of Cosplay and Fashion Events for Queen City Anime Convention in Charlotte, NC, where she and her con staff prioritize creating a safe space for LGBTQ+ youth. When she’s not sewing or ranting about things on the internet, she enjoys roller skating, reading books and comics, and obsessing over Sailor Moon.


gloriaGloria Mujinga Mukeni

Contact: g_mujing@uncg.edu
Gloria is 3rd year undergraduate Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS) Major with a Minor in Information Technology. She aspires to continue her studies in her major after graduation to pursue a Master’s and PhD. She hopes to visit every continent at least once in her lifetime. Self-care and self-advocacy have become cornerstones in her life, which is what drew her to WGS. As a form of self-care, Gloria enjoys taking great naps, eating her favorite foods, styling herself, and organizing her thoughts through Pinterest.
cameronCameron Mitchell

Contact: ctmitch4@uncg.edu
Cameron is a first year student here at UNCG. He is studying Speech Pathology with a minor in Social Work. Cameron is passionate about helping people and making people laugh with his outgoing personality. Cameron loves music and singing as well and also loves poetry. Poetry and music have helped him through difficult times in life and they both play a big factor in his life today. He loves to read books, hang out with friends, listening to music, and eat food, which is probably his favorite thing to do.
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