StephStephanie is GSA’s Director of Operations and has been working for GSA since 2005 when she graduated from the University at Buffalo with her Master’s in International Economics and Business Geographies. She was active in both the Undergraduate and Graduate Geography Student Association’s at UB, which is how she came to be involved with student government.

 

 

 

 

 

This is Diane’s first year with GSA as Associate Director of Operations. She has been working with students at the University at Buffalo for over thirty years. 

 
 
 
 

J is a PhD Candidate in the Sociology department. They moved to Buffalo from Rochester in 2015 to begin graduate school. J has worked as a graduate instructor in the Social Sciences Interdisciplinary department, as well as the Sociology department. Two of J’s top priorities as President of GSA is to fight for living wages for TAs/GAs and is to address food insecurity on campus by implementing a food pantry. When J is not working, they are an active member of multiple local organizations that fight against social inequalities. In their free time, they like to hang out with their dog, go to the movies, and check out new restaurants. As GSA President, J is the key representative to all UB administration and beyond. So if you have any thoughts, ideas, problems, or questions about GSA, they would love to hear from you!

Jen is the GSA Vice President. She is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Linguistics.

 

 

 

 

 

Josh serves as the GSA Treasurer and is a PhD student earning his degree in Electrical Engineering.

 

 

 

 

Courtney is the Mark Diamond Research Fund Director. She is a PhD candidate in Educational Psychology and Quantitative Methods.

 

 

 

 

Sam is the Managing Editor for GSA Editorial. She is a PhD candidate in the Educational Psychology and Quantitative Methods program.

 

 

Jake Bleasdale is the Programming Coordinator for the GSA. He is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Community Health and Health Behavior in the School of Public Health and Health Professions. His dissertation employs mixed methodologies to understand the role of food insecurity in the HIV care continuum.