Adriane Bang, LMSW
Adriane is interested in collaborating with others to form a more just and equitable world for all people. She earned both her bachelor and master’s degrees in social work from Boise State and enjoys working at her alma mater. She provides support for the overall operations of the center, welcomes LGBT and nontraditional students, offers confidential advocacy to campus members who are in crisis, and facilitates workshops on a variety of topics. Adriane has expertise in providing support to students, staff, and faculty who have experienced stalking, sexual assault, and relationship violence. When she is not on campus, Adriane enjoys baking delicious goods, spending time with her family and playing outdoors.
Adriane uses she/her pronouns.
Contact Adriane at 208-426-4259 or email@example.com.
Kim Camacho, LMSW
Violence Prevention and Support Coordinator
Kim is passionate about social justice and hopes to facilitate social change for individuals, groups, and larger systems. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Boise State University and is excited to return to the campus as a faculty member. Kim has experience working with individuals in crisis, connecting individuals to resources, and creating a safe space for individuals to access needed services.
She offers confidential support services to students experiencing crises such as sexual assault or dating violence. She facilitates a variety of workshops for campus community members.
In her free time, Kim enjoys traveling with her family and exploring all of the excellent restaurants Boise has to offer.
Kim uses she/her pronouns.
Contact Kim at (208) 426-5390 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Csea is passionate about education and social justice. She received her undergraduate degree in Women’s and Gender Studies with minors in Queer Studies and Business at the University of Oregon. She previously worked in Housing and Residence Life on two different campuses where she gained experience working with a variety of students .
Csea loves to work with students to create educational, thought-provoking, and exciting programs about social justice and intersectionality.
In her free time, Csea likes to spend time with her family, friends, and dog.
Csea uses she/her/hers pronouns
Contact Csea at (208)-426-4259 or email@example.com.
Shanna Hagenah received a bachelor of arts in Communication and Spanish from Boise State University in May 2011. During her time at Boise State she studied abroad in Madrid, Spain and was also a graduate of the Honors College.
After graduation, she taught English in Daegu, South Korea, worked in the Outback of Western Australia, and survived an Alaskan Winter. She has traveled to 17 countries.
Shanna is enrolled in Boise State’s master of arts in Communication, and the Graduate Teaching Certificate. Her research focus, in both her undergraduate and graduate studies, is gender and intersectionality.
Shanna enjoys riding horses, yoga, hiking, paddle boarding, skiing, reading and writing.
Shanna uses she/her pronouns.
Contact Shanna at (208)-426-4259 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Administrative Assistant II
Mallory studied sociology at the University of San Francisco. During her time as a student, she volunteered at San Quentin State Prison for the San Quentin Alliance for CHANGE, a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing recidivism.
She is dedicated to cultivating an inclusive and accepting environment on campus, in her community, and beyond. She is also particularly interested in advocating for survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault and those affected by gender-based violence and discrimination.
Mallory has a love for traveling, camping, culinary experiences, and live music. She enjoys spending time and making memories with her family and her dog.
Mallory uses she/her pronouns
Contact Mallory at 208-426-4259 or email@example.com.
Katie is a junior majoring in Psychology and minoring in Theatre Arts. She is dedicated to creating a more inclusive campus environment for all students, faculty, and staff. As a peer educator, Katie plans to coordinate fun and meaningful programs that can have a lasting impact on those who choose to attend. When she is not in class, studying or at the Gender Equity Center, you can find Katie at group fitness classes at the gym or cooking up something yummy for friends and family.
Katie uses she/her pronouns.
Contact Katie at 208-426-4259 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paige is a senior at Boise State working towards her bachelors of science in sociology with a minor in business. She is very excited to promote a more inclusive and accepting campus by spreading messages of gender equity, positive body image, and much more among her peers. When she is not at the Gender Equity Center, in class, or studying, Paige enjoys hiking and backpacking, spending time with her dogs, taking road trips, and exploring Boise with her friends.
Paige uses she/her pronouns.
Contact Paige at 208-426-4259 or email@example.com.
Dehra is an undergraduate student at Boise State University majoring in Social Work and Psychology. She is dedicated to supporting and creating an inclusive community. As a peer educator, Dehra is focused on advocating for equity of the LGBTQ+ community on campus. She is also interested in advocating for a positive body image, gender equity, healthy relationships, and anti-bullying. Dehra spends her free time with loved ones, volunteering, hiking, and admiring dogs.
Dehra uses she/her pronouns.
Contact Dehra at 208-426-4259 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Koby is a first-year student majoring in pre-nursing. He hopes to create a more open and inclusive campus by facilitating events and workshops for and about the LGBTQ+ community, gender equity, and consent.
When not in class, at the Gender Equity Center, or doing homework, Koby spends time having fun with friends, cuddling his three basset hounds, exploring Boise, and enjoying all that Netflix has to offer.
Koby uses he/him pronouns.
Contact Koby at (208) 426-4259 or email@example.com.