The Center for Gender Equity is closed during the summer from May 20th – August 10th. If you have urgent CGE-related needs during this break please contact Angie Hambrick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are seeking advocacy services between these dates, please reach out to the following confidential on and off-campus resources:
- PLU Counseling Center Crisis Line: (253) 535-7075 (available 24/7) or PLU Counseling Center
- PLU Health Center
- If the Health Center is closed and you require urgent medical advice, you may contact the MultiCare nurse consulting line by calling 253-792-6410.
- PLU Campus Ministry
- Crystal Judson Family Justice Center (Pierce County’s Domestic Violence Services Center): 253-798-4166 (available Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:30pm)
- Rebuilding Hope (Sexual Assault Center for Pierce County): (253) 474-7273 (available 24/7)
Community because interdependence is crucial to our thrival and therefore, collective liberation
Advocacy because working collaboratively to increase knowledge, highlight strengths, and navigate challenges empowers our communities to determine equitable solutions.
Engaged Inquiry because critical thinking, active listening, and intentional questioning allows us to curate resources that serve our most marginalized community members.
Sustainability because by integrating both immediate and long term considerations, we bolster our capacity
for social and cultural change.
We have a new space!
We now share a lounge with the Diversity Center in AUC 140.
CGE Director – Angie Hambrick’s, office is located in the dCenter suite room 151.
CGE Coordinator – Nicole Jordan’s office is located in the dCenter suite room 154.
CGE Coordinator – Magdalena Stickel’s office is located in the dCenter suite room 156.
We look forward to building community with you!