The Division of Institutional Equity and Diversity has established several Special Interest Group Networks (SIGNs) to help members of the UNT community - students, faculty, staff, and alumni - have a voice on matters of diversity and inclusion. The groups meet throughout the calendar year and work to partner with other campus and community groups to impact diversity and inclusion at UNT.
The following employee resource groups have been created according to administrative university role, race/ethnicity, gender identity and orientation, disability, and religious affiliation categories. If you have any questions please contact Damian Torres at Damian.Torres@unt.edu.
In addition to these groups, the office also supports, in conjunction with the Office of Faculty Success, the following Faculty Mentoring Groups:
Kathleen Hobson-Bond, Director
Kathleen joined the Pride Alliance staff in June 2014 as the inaugural Student Services Coordinator. Kathleen served in this role for one year and was hired as the Assistant Director (acting Director) in September 2015, when the position was created.
Alex Sylvester, Student Services Coordinator
DeAmber Bullard, Student Assistant
De’ Amber is a third year student at UNT, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Sociology. De’ Amber joined the Pride Alliance staff in October 2016.
Grace Otten, Graphic Design Student Assistant
Grace is a first year student at UNT, pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Pre- Communication Design. Grace joined the Pride Alliance staff in March 2016.
Damian Torres, Director
Damian joined the Multicultural Center in June 2013 as a Graduate Assistant. Damian served in that role for one year, was hired as the assistant director in May 2014, and became the director in the Spring of 2016. Damian is a graduate of the University of North Texas and holds a master's degree in Higher Education and a bachelor's in Emergency Administration and Planning.
Lauren Whiteman, Student Services Coordinator
Pamela Fuller, Administrative Coordinator (Pride Alliance and Multicultural Center)
Luz Cantu, Graphic Design Student Assistant
Luz Cantu is a Senior at UNT, pursuing a Bacherlor's degree in Interdisciplinary Art & Design Studies. Luz joined the Multicultural Center in June 2017.
The Pride Alliance welcomes students who have an interest in giving back to the UNT community through service. If you would like to volunteer with the Pride Alliance, please follow the link below to fill out our volunteer application. Volunteer opportunities range from helping out in our office to helping out with our campus wide and community wide programs. We would love to have you join us.
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The Pride Alliance works in partnership with many student organizations to raise awareness and provide community around gender identity and sexuality. Some of the student organizations that speak directly to those identities include: