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The CSU LGBTQIA Employee Network is a networking and affinity space for Colorado State University employees that identify with the LGBTQIA+ community. This group is hosted through the Office of Inclusive Excellence. 

Our goal is to create a proud, diverse community that offers networking opportunities, shared resources, social inclusion, advocacy, and support so that employees feel they have a community within CSU and in Northern Colorado. This group is open to CSU Faculty and Staff, with a specific sub-network for Graduate Students.

What does the Employee Network do?

  • We host 2-4 social opportunities each month, such as Queer Coffee on the final Friday of every month, Happy Hours, and more.
  • Share updates in a monthly newsletter, including local ways to get involved in the Northern Colorado LGBTQ+ community. 
  • Provide a connection to the Pride Resource Center and opportunities to mentor, volunteer, or connect with CSU LGBTQ+ students.
  • Provide space on our Teams channel for community members to connect, ask questions, share resources, and create meet-up events of their own! We’ve had folx organize bowling, golfing, game nights, axe throwing, and more.
  • Provide support to new employees or prospective employees about navigating CSU and Northern Colorado as an LGBTQ+ person. 
  • Advocate on behalf of CSU LGBTQ+ employees’ needs. 
  • Crowdsource resources such as LGBTQ+ friendly doctors, therapists, barbers, and more.
LGBTQIA+ Employee Network

Get Connected

Email CSULGBTQIA@gmail.com

Interested in joining? Fill out the form on this page (below “Meet Your Network Leaders”).

Network Leadership

Tanara Landor and Maggie Hendrickson

Network Support

  • Chloe Wright, Counseling Services
  • Ashley Grice, Director for Pride Resource Center

Want to help lead the LGBTQ+ Employee Network?

Email us at CSULGBTQIA@gmail.com to let us know you’re interested in organizing with us!

Meet Your Network Leaders

Tanara Landor

Tanara Landor (she/her)

Tanara Landor is an engagement and fundraising professional with over 15 years of higher education experience. Currently, she serves as the Inclusion and Engagement Advisor for Colorado State University’s Alumni Association. In this role, Tanara provides leadership, strategy, and implementation tools to engage alumni from diverse backgrounds and underrepresented communities whilst creating a more inclusive culture. Originally from Louisiana, Tanara moved to Fort Collins in 2017 from Houston, TX. Outside of work you can find Tanara enjoying all things Colorado with her life partner, Unique, and their dog Bunnie.

Email Tanara

Maggie Hendrickson

Maggie Hendrickson (they/them)

Maggie is the Assistant Director for the Pride Resource Center and has been at CSU for two years. In Pride, Maggie supports queer and trans students through community building and mentoring, and oversees the center’s education, resource, and advocacy initiatives. Maggie is originally from New England and most recently moved to Fort Collins from Seattle. They enjoy baking, being outside, and playing with their cat, and seriously misses the casual drink and round of trivia after work with friends/colleagues. They’re excited to find new ways to share local resources, services, and events across our community through a community care lens. 

Email Maggie

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