Staff & Contact Information
Devin D. Moss
Director of the LGBT Resource Center
Academic Year Office Hours:
Wednesday, 3:00-5:00pm (Third Floor, Norris University Center, Office K)
Thursday, 3:00-5:00pm (Third Floor, Norris University Center, Office K)
Devin D. Moss is the Director for the LGBT Resource Center. Devin comes to Northwestern from the University of South Carolina where he served as the Coordinator of LGBT Programs and Services. Devin earned a Master of Arts degree from New York University in Gender Politics and a Master of Science degree from the University of Kansas in Higher Education. Devin’s thesis was titled “The Morehouse Man: Black Male Gender, Sexuality, and Masculinity” and he also wrote and produced a short documentary entitled “Queer Male Too-ism: The Discrimination from Within.” Devin has experience teaching gender intergroup dialogue and working closely with departments such as athletics and fraternity/sorority life and his previous experience within student affairs includes working with TRiO programs and career services. For leisure, Devin enjoys taking road trips on a whim and spending quality time with family and friends.
Graduate Student Staff
Brett, originally from Chicago, IL, is a Graduate Assistant for the LGBT Resource Center. He completed his bachelor's degree in Psychology at Roosevelt University and is currently working towards his master's degree in Higher Education at Loyola University. Brett's previous work in student affairs includes campus activities, new student orientation, admissions, peer instruction, and residence life; during which he implemented different LGBTQ initiatives. Brett's interests and readings are in college student development, Queer history and social development, and critical social theory. In his spare time, Brett enjoys creating events for friends and family, catching up on old and new music, and riding on the lakefront trail.
Nick is a Graduate Assistant for the LGBT Resource Center. Originally from Tecumseh, Michigan, he completed his bachelor’s degree in Law and Economics at Central Michigan University. Currently, Nick is working towards his master’s degree in Higher Education Administration and Policy here at Northwestern. His master’s research is focused on the impact of campus leadership positions on the gender and sexual identity development of LGBTQ students. Prior to Northwestern, Nick worked in residence life and had the opportunity to inaugurate a scholarship to increase access for Deaf students attending his alma mater. In his free time, Nick enjoys running, tennis, baking, and exploring Chicago (especially the different foods).
Undergraduate Student Staff
Kayleigh is a Weinberg senior majoring in Asian Studies. When she's not studying or teaching abroad in China or Taiwan, she can be found watching Netflix in the Resource Center, speaking Chinglish with her ISRC friends, or working at the Study Abroad Office. She is interested in documentary filmmaking and currently interns at Trillium Productions in Evanston. After her busy days, she likes to play Left 4 Dead with her friends, watch NU sports, and re-watch favorite TV shows.
Monte is a senior pursuing a major in Psychology and Sociology. Monte is involved in various other organizations around campus, especially the human rights group NUCHR, the LGBT youth advocacy group Project ShoutOUT, and Northwestern's Speech Team. When he is not working Monte is usually listening to music and reading, writing, or spending time with friends.
Zach is a junior and is majoring in Theatre and considering a major in Creative Writing. He is a returning LGBT Resource Center assistant, and hails from New Jersey. In his free time, Zach enjoys going to concerts, writing, eating at delicious restaurants, and spending time with friends.
Collin is a junior Theatre major in the School of Communication planning on picking up minors in Gender Studies and Dance. From the small village (yes, village) of Brown Deer, Wisconsin, Collin is a native to the Midwest. On campus, he is a member of Extreme Measures, one of the many a cappella groups at NU, as well as the Digital Media Chair of Spectrum Theatre Company, a student theatre group focused on sociopolitical conversation. When he isn’t in rehearsals, meetings, or doing homework, Collin enjoys knitting, watching BBC television shows, and eating custard. This is Collin’s second year as an assistant for the LGBT Resource Center.