Nancy Jean Tubbs

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Nancy Jean Tubbs has directed the LGBT Resource Center since 2000. She grew up in Texas, where she attended Texas A&M University and earned a bachelor’s in English and a master’s in educational administration.

Nancy is a radical bureaucrat who enjoys improving policies, spending budgets, writing reports, questioning gender, dialoguing sexuality, challenging systems of oppression and wearing comfortable shoes. She’s active in the Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals and has co-authored published articles on allies development and transgender inclusion.

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