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    Felisa 

    Pronouns: They/Them
    Year/Major: Freshman, TBA
    Fun Fact: I owned 20 guinea pigs throughout the course of my childhood.

    " For me, being a queer peer means that I can be a resource to the UAlbany LGBTQ community and bringing others in and help them feel more comfortable with themselves and their identities."



  • Milo

    Pronouns: They/Them (or she/her)
    Year/Major: Junior, Journalism
    Fun Fact: I’ve lived in 4 different places within 4 years

    " To me, being a queer peer is a way to give back to the LGBTQ+ community, and to help others become comfortable with who they are and letting them feel safe enough to be able to figure out who they are."



  • Alyssa

    Pronouns: She/ Her/ Hers
    Year/Major: Firstyear!, Psychology
    Fun Fact:I have a pet bird named Sky!

    " Being a queer peer means to me that I get to be a part of something that helps people in the LGBTQ+ community get the resources they need to be in a better place, and to become more educated about themselves and the world around them."



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    Alex 

    Pronouns: He/Him/His
    Year/Major: Sophomore, Chemistry
    Fun Fact: I can Juggle Knives!

    "I think being a queer peer is kind of being a voice for the voiceless, also we can also be facilitators for the LGBTQ+ community to learn more about others through gender identity and sexual fluidity, and sharing what we learn with the rest of our peers."



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    Rain 

    Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
    Year/Major: Sophomore, Communications
    Fun Fact: I Love the Arts!

    "Being a Queer Peer means being there for the LGBTQ+ community and helping out in any way that I can"



  • Raven

    Pronouns: They/Them
    Year/Major: Freshman majoring in sociology and women’s studies
    Fun Fact: "I play the ukulele"

    "To me, being a queer peer means getting" involved with the LGBTQ+ community to help educate others and make them feel welcomed in a safe space.



  • Gabriel

    Pronouns: He/Him
    Year/Major: Sophomore
    Fun fact: "I constantly change my hair color and style"

    "Being a queer peer gives me the opportunity to develop skills in becoming an active and prepared advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. This program has brought me closer to the community and it has allowed me to solidify my confidence in my own identity."