Interns

 

Our undergraduate interns (“QuInterns”) are current Harvard undergraduates who are passionate about issues related to gender and sexuality. As members of the Office of BGLTQ Student Life team, QuInterns are ambassadors for the Office, both ensuring that students have accurate and timely information about the Office’s programs and services, and communicating the needs of the BGLTQ student community back to the Office. QuInterns develop, implement, and evaluate events, resources, and initiatives related to Campus Education, Programming, and Communications.

If you want to talk to a current intern about your experiences, or you have questions navigating queerness and queer life at Harvard, consider reaching out and/or signing up for Qoffee with QuInterns. Please note that because outness is complicated to navigate, some of our interns may have elected not to be listed here.

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Ellie

Ellie is a junior in Mather studying Social Studies and WGS. At the QuOffice, she is especially excited about working with all types of student groups to be more inclusive and advising the council of queers (and others) at the Queer Advisory Council. You can listen to Ellie on WHRB 95.3 FM on Wednesday evenings from 8-10 PM. She is also a coffee snob, plant mother, and Clover Food Lab's biggest fan.

oswaldo headshot Oswaldo
Oswaldo (he/him) is a junior who was born in Mexico and raised in a small town of Grinnell, Iowa. He is studying History with a secondary in Government, but studies Latin American history and politics widely. Outside of the QuOffice, Oswaldo can be found watching Netflix, reading books, or listening to something beautiful on Spotify. Talk to me about being a QTPOC, being an immigrant, WandaVision, pokemon, or about your favorite musical artists.
photo of quintern annie Annie
Annie (she/hers) is a junior in Mather House earning a joint concentration in History & Literature and Studies of Women, Gender, & Sexuality. Originally from Long Island, New York, Annie is the granddaughter of Haitian immigrants with passions for visual art, musical theater, music, and arts journalism. She is also a pizza snob, the music editor for the Crimson, a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow, Darwin's on Putnam Ave.'s biggest fan, a dog lover, and a Lady Gaga stan.

Accessibility

Everyone is welcome in our fully accessible office space! We are located in the Lower Level of Grays Hall, through the rear entrance (facing Wigglesworth). If you have any concerns about accessibility, please reach out to us at BGLTQ@fas.harvard.edu.