Full-Time Staff

Scarlet Bowen
Phone: 303-492-2966
Office: C4C N450-B

After working as an Assistant Professor of English and LGBT Studies at CU-Boulder from 2003-2011, Scarlet became Director the GLBTQ Resource Center in January, 2012. She enjoys talking to students about their evolving identities and passions, and about events and programs students would like to see on campus. She also helps to advocate for students, faculty and staff on issues such as classroom inclusiveness, gender identity healthcare, domestic partner benefits, and other policies and situations affecting the well-being of LGBTQ and allied people. You can come to the Center anytime to meet with Scarlet individually and learn about the Center.

Scarlet has an MA in English from the University of Miami and a Ph.D. in English with a concentration in Gender and Sexuality Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. Committed both to queer studies scholarship and activism, Scarlet has published a book and articles on laboring-class gender and sexuality, female masculinity, queering heterosexuality, and Women's Studies on the U.S./Mexico Border. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her daughter, seeing independent films, and traveling.
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Student Staff

Brendon Chavez
Communications Coordinator

Brendon is a fourth-year undergraduate student studying Film. As the Communications Coordinator, he maintains the GLBTQRC website, email list, and social media, in addition to promoting events and services. Outside of school, he loves to draw and paint, create short films and bake with his little sister.

Vasanth Rajasekar
Outreach and Events Coordinator

Vasanth is a fourth year undergraduate student pursuing degrees in Integrative Physiology, Psychology, and Music. As the Outreach and Events coordinator, Vasanth works to get and train volunteers, spread word about the RC’s mission and programs, and help plan events with other student groups. He likes Art Installations, mid-afternoon tea, exploring, and going on adventures with his friends.

Morgan Seamont
Graduate Student Outreach & Assessment Coordinator

As the Graduate Student Outreach and Program Assessment Coordinator starting Fall 2011, Morgan aims to get graduate students more involved with center as well as assessing how the GLBTQRC is meeting the needs of everyone on campus. He has been serving as a Peer Educator for the GLBTQRC and works with Out Boulder's Speak Out program. He holds a Master's degree in Anthropology specializing in Archaeology, and is now working towards a PhD in Cultural Anthropology. In his spare time he enjoys watching movies, reading anything non-academic, soaking his feet in Boulder Creek, and sampling the great breweries in the area.

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