Professional Staff: 

Erica Gordon

Interim Director, Office of LGBTQ Services

Erica Gordon
gordone@dickinson.edu
Phone: 717-254-8054
Office: Landis House

Erica Gordon started as the Interim Director of the Office of LGBTQ Services at Dickinson College in July 2014.  Although she is new to this position, Erica is not new to College, having been a member of the Campus Life and subsequent Student Leadership & Campus Engagement team since 2008.  In that role, she worked with MOB, Student Senate, the Panhellenic Council, and leadership programs.  

Erica holds a B.A. in Sociology from Franklin & Marshall College and a M.A. in Counseling in Higher Education/Student Affairs from the University of Delaware.  While in graduate school, she had the opportunity to examine the relationship between sexual identity development and the formation of one's leadership capacity and also to work with the GSA on that campus.  

 Throughout her professional career and within her personal life, Erica has been passionate about exploring issues of sexuality and gender identity, social justice, intersectionality, and ally coalition building.  She is excited and humbled by the opportunity to forward the good work that has been done thus far by the Office at Dickinson.  

Administrative Assistant, Office of LGBTQ Services

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dorangrd@dickinson.edu
Phone: 717-254-8054
Office: Landis House

Deanna Dorangrichia, a native New Yorker, relocated to central Pennsylvania in the summer of 2014. She studied studio art at The Art Institute of Boston and Binghamton University. Deanna has prior experience working in both an academic and corporate environment. She is looking forward to supporting the Landis House and contributing to the Dickinson community.

LGBTQ Pride Coordinators:

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Programming and Outreach Pride Coordinator

Georgia Christman
christmg@dickinson.edu
Office: Landis House

Georgia Christman is a junior English major from Central Virginia. She is the Programming and Outreach Pride Coordinator this year which is exiting because she gets to work with other clubs and organizations on issues of gender and sexuality. She's so glad that Dickinson gives students the opportunity to work together on these issues that affect our community and the world we're a part of. 

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Ellen Hietsch
hietsche@dickinson.edu
Office: Landis House

Ellen is a sophomore Sociology major and will be the News & Digital Resources Pride Coordinator.  Ellen’s favorite thing about being at Dickinson is working at the Peddler. This semester, she is excited to help create a stronger social justice community at Dickinson through her work with the Office of LGBTQ Services.  

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Training and Education Pride Coordinator

Liam Fuller
fullerl@dickinson.edu
Office: Landis House

Liam Fuller is a Sophomore Women's and Gender Studies Major from New Jersey. He is the Training and Education Pride Coordinator. Liam loves the sense of individuality and the agency he has to speak his mind here at Dickinson. As a Pride Coordinator, he is most excited to build a stronger and more united social justice initiative on campus.

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Faculty and Departmental Outreach Pride Coordinator

Kitson Smyth
smythk@dickinson.edu
Office: Landis House

Kitson Smyth is a Sophomore Psychology Major from Manhattan. Kitson is the Faculty and Departmental Outreach Pride Coordinator for fall 2014. She is excited to both work in the Office of LGBTQ Services and to live in Spectrum House next year. She looks forward to fostering a stronger LGBTQIA+ community on Dickinson’s campus.

Programming and Events Pride Coordinator

nrNoah Thompson
thompson@dickinson.edu
Office: Landis House

Noah S. Thompson is a sophomore English and Art double major from New York and is delighted to be able to serve as the Programming & Events Pride Coordinator. His favorite aspect of Dickinson is the strong connection that students and faculty can form. He hopes that with the input of both students and faculty, he will be able to create many events that will help establish a better foundation for understanding and growth between the LGBTQIA community and the rest of Dickinson. Noah is involved in the Mermaid Players, German Club, Idea Fund, Treasurer of Belles Lettres Literary Society, Vice-Editor of the square, and is a First-Year Mentor.