Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity

Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity Staff

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100 Bryan Center
Box 90958
Durham, NC 27708-0958
nicholas.antonicci@duke.edu
Phone: 919-684-6607

Fax: 919-684-2543

Nick, originally from Wisconsin, joined the Duke community in 2013 after having lived in Colorado for four years. Nick earned a Bachelor of the Arts in Psychology and Spanish from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and a Master of the Arts in Higher Education from the University of Denver. In his free time, Nick enjoys hiking, running, and spending time outdoors with his dog, Maggie. Nick also enjoys video games, and sci-fi/fantasy literature and tv shows.

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100 Bryan Center
Box 90958
Durham, NC 27708-0958
angel.collie@duke.edu
Phone:919-681-4695
Fax: 919-684-2543

Angel grew up in rural North Carolina and, before joining the team at Duke, spent his days working as the Assistant Director of the LGBTQ Center at UNC-CH. His return to UNC (where he received his BA in Religious Studies with minors in both Women’s Studies and Sexuality Studies) came after obtaining a Master of Divinity from Yale Divinity School.

Angel is a member of the MCC Governing Board, the LGBT-Religious Archives Network Advisory Committee, The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies Transgender Roundtable, the Freedom Center for Social Justice board, MCC’s Trans and GNC working group, and is on the steering committee for the National Religious Leaders Roundtable of the National LGBTQ Task Force. Angel is proud of his involvement in the 2006 and 2007 Soulforce Equality Rides and the nine years he served as staff with MCC. Most recently, he was honored to be included in the 2014 “Trans 100.”

Angel’s favorite thing is to travel and he has done so extensively, often through his work as the intersection of spirituality, sexuality and gender identity & expression. He is super excited to be back in the Southern part of heaven where he lives with his partner, two cats, and an Australian Shepherd named Scooter.

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100 Bryan Center
Box 90958
Durham, NC 27708-0958
Email: skye.wilson@duke.edu
Phone: 919-613-0737

Fax: 919-684-2543

Skye Wilson is a North Carolina native and joined the Duke community in 2016 as Program Coordinator for the Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity. Skye earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from UNC Chapel Hill and a Master of Science in Education in Counseling from Old Dominion University. In her free time she enjoys cooking, bouldering, hiking, and live music.

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100 Bryan Center
Box 90958
Durham, NC 27708-0958
Email: brittney.brown@duke.edu
Phone: 919-684-6607
Fax: 919-684-2543

A native of Durham, Brittney Brown joined the Duke community in 2009. She is a lover of music and a relationship builder; she enjoys spending her time being a supportive listener to anyone who needs to talk. In Brittney's spare time, she loves playing the drums, spending time with family, and hanging out with friends.

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100 Bryan Center
Box 90958
Durham, NC 27708-0958
jasolyn.harris@duke.edu
Phone:919-684-6607
Fax: 919-684-2543


Jasolyn is a second year MDiv student at Duke’s Divinity school. Jasolyn obtained her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from California State University Fresno and her masters in Social Work from San Francisco State University. Jasolyn is also a licensed clinical social worker and has worked in the field for over five years prior to attending divinity school. She is also active in some student led groups at the divinity school which include Black Student’s United and Sacred Worth. Jasolyn hopes to combine her skills, values and passions for justice, equity and freedom with the work of the CSGD especially as it relates to all of Duke’s graduate and professional student led organizations that support the LGBTQA community. Jasolyn is particularly excited to meet all of you and is more than happy to set up some one-on-ones to talk about the specific needs/wants of the individual graduate schools. Ultimately, she is really looking forward to doing work collectively  with you all in hopes to continue to help create a more inclusive campus for marginalized sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions.