Our Team

Staff

Peter Moosman

Peter Moosman

Gender & Sexuality Student Resource Coordinator

As a first-generation college graduate native to Utah, Peter Moosman has been with SLCC for over ten years. He graduated from SLCC in 2011 with degrees in Humanities and Political Science, and Weber State University in 2014 with a degree in Civic Advocacy. After coming out as gay in 2015, his whole life shifted and is now excited to serve SLCC as the inaugural Gender & Sexuality Student Resource Center coordinator, where he can blend his passions for education, advocacy, and human rights into his career.

Campus:

South City

Room:

1-140

Phone:

801-957-3342

Email:

peter.moosman@slcc.edu

Pronouns:

He/They/Peter

Medalid Del Caprio

Medalid Del Caprio

Womens Initatives & Programming

Meda is a Peruvian native who has been living in Utah since 2009. She has an MPH from Tulane University, as well as a BS degree in Health Promotion and a BS in International Studies from the University of Utah. Meda has done international work in Haiti, Cambodia, and Peru. Having also lived in Europe, she brings a worldwide perspective to her work. Coming from a country where reproductive justice and women’s rights are scarce, she is committed to the reproductive justice fight and hopes to one day educate folks in Peru about these topics. Meda is excited to work at the Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center and hopes her story resonates with the lives of many. Meda is a new mom, and she loves spending time with her 10 month-old son, her husband, parents and 2 cats.

Email:

mdelcarp@slcc.edu

Pronouns:

She/Her/Hers

Tevita Uanga (Leka) Heimuli

Tevita Uanga (Leka) Heimuli

Secretary

Allàh-u-Abhà! Mālō e lelei! Fakaalofa lahi atu! Leka is a first-generation college graduate alumnus of Kearns Highschool and SLCC. They are a native of Utah with Tongan|Polynesian roots. They enjoy writing, listening to music, cooking, eating "GOOD FOOD" and dancing. Leka's tagline is "Be you, be comfortable and Be Beautiful" holds precedent to core values that has helped shaped them to be the person that they are today. They are a strong advocate and are passionate about universal education, spirituality, social justice, equality and equity, cultural identity, community involvement, trans and queer activism. They are continuing their education and pursuing a degree in social work and gender studies.

Campus:

South City

Room:

1-140

Phone:

801-957-3143

Email:

leka.heimuli@slcc.edu

Pronouns:

He/She/They

Kat Lyon

Kat Lyon

GSSRC Intern

Kat is studying to be an engineer with a focus on mechanics. As a member of the queer community, they spend their free time educating themselves and others on legal issues surrounding being LGBTQ+. They have lived in Utah most of their life and their favorite part about it is the hiking destinations right outside the city. Other hobbies they enjoy include appreciation and creation of art, caring for and learning about animals, and gardening. Kat hopes to bring advocacy for human rights into the minds of more individuals, and in doing so is looking forward to meeting new people and understanding more about them.

Email:

klyon13@slcc.edu

Pronouns:

They, Them

Braden Timmerman

Braden Timmerman

GSSRC Intern

Pursuing English studies, Braden came to SLCC in Fall of 2021 with the intention of being a writer. Outside of class or work, Braden frequently enjoys reading, writing, and time spent in the sun hiking, reading in a hammock or riding his board. Emphasizing personal stories, Braden studies the lives and works of Queer authors and writers around the country. He believes understanding the historical foundation of the Queer community is imperative to creating meaningful change in the social, and economic systems in place.

Email:

btimmer1@slcc.edu

Pronouns:

He/Him/Any

Ava Pinkham

Ava Pinkham

GSSRC Student Leader Specialist

Ava is a full-time AAS Multimedia student at SLCC. As an experienced performer, visual artist, and writer, Ava utilizes her vast skillset to create and collaborate across mediums. She is stoked to be a part of Team GSSRC and to connect with the SLCC community. If you’re looking for a film or music recommendation, say no more: she is prepped, she is ready. Come through and say hey!

Email:

apinkham@slcc.edu

Pronouns:

She/They

Charlie Erickson

Charlie Erickson

GSSRC Student Specialist

Charlie is a Social Work major at SLCC. Their coming out journey started in 2009, and they continue to peel the layers of their queer identity as Nonbinary, Trans, and Pansexual individual. Charlie believes strongly in advocating for everyone’s ability to become their most authentic self and have freedom of expression. They are also passionate about the pursuit of intersectional liberation, and the history of liberation movements. Stop by the Center on Fridays, and you might catch them practicing their cello-playing skills!

Email:

cerick72@slcc.edu

Pronouns:

They/them

Rianna McIntyre

Rianna McIntyre

GSSRC Student Specialist

Originally from the Philadelphia area, Rianna moved to Utah in the fall of 2018. Currently, Rianna is studying software development here at SLCC! When they’re not busy programming, their favorite pastime is drawing digitally. Now that they’re with the GSSRC, they hope this opportunity will help them know the local queer community a little bit better! "

Email:

rmcinty9@slcc.edu

Pronouns:

They/She

Oakley Hill

Oakley Hill

GSSRC Student Specialist

Oakley is a 4th year Gender Studies major at the U, and is so excited to be a part of the SLCC community! She is passionate about reproductive justice, LGBTQI+ and Womxn rights, and wants to pursue a career in social work counseling. In between plans to graduate and go to graduate school to get faer Masters in Gender Studies and Social Work, she wants to spend some time abroad traveling and with her family on their farm in Holland! In faer free time, she loves movies, live music, hiking, and reading (specifically non-fiction for those of you who have suggestions.) Interning at the GSSRC aligns with the values Oakley hold dear, such as helping to build safe and creative spaces, accessibility within education, and facilitating not only equality but equity in the community.

Email:

ohill3@slcc.edu

Pronouns:

She/Fae

Nathalie Solis-Maravilla

Nathalie Solis-Maravilla

GSSRC Student Specialist

Nathalie was born in Los Angeles, California but has lived in Utah most of her life. She is currently majoring in psychology. She has two kids and loves taking them to the park. The reason why she decided to join the GSSRC team is to learn how to become a better ally to the LGBTQ+ community and better advocate for womxn rights. Nathalieloves to run, read and watch true crime in her spare time.

Email:

nsolisma@slcc.edu

Pronouns:

she/her