Academic Advisor Jeremy Mobley was recently welcomed into the Commission for LGBT People on the University of Tennessee’s campus.
The Commission for LGBT People is a body appointed by the chancellor to advise on planning, implementation, and evaluation of university programs, policies, and services designed to improve the status of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people on the Knoxville campus.
The Commission, in its role as an advocacy group, is committed to the protection and advancement of LGBT students, faculty, and staff at UT’s Knoxville campus.
“I’m incredibly excited to serve the university and represent the Tickle College of Engineering in this role,” said Mobley. “With my background in critical race, gender, and sexuality studies, working with the Commission will be the perfect way for me to apply my strengths and passion for LGBT equality while contributing to the Volunteer spirit.”
Mobley earned his BS in sociology with minors in psychology and women’s studies at Radford University in 2013 and his MA in global and sociocultural studies at Florida International University in 2019.
Read more about him in his staff spotlight.