Alumni Reunion 2022
Alumni Reunion 2022 Coming Out Day Feature
The Office of LGBTQI Life is located within the K. C. Potter Center, named after a Vanderbilt pioneer for LGBTQI+ rights. In 2008, his former residence, Euclid House, became the K.C. Potter Center in honor of his support of inclusiveness and the queer and trans community. As one of the first Centers of its kind, the Office of LGBTQI Life serves the entire Vanderbilt community, particularly queer and trans students, faculty, and staff.
To celebrate the those who came before us and honor them at the 2022 Alumni Reunion, we are collecting stories, pictures, and videos of LGBTQI+ former students to be shared as an inspirational feature for Coming Out day on October 11th and presented at an Alumni Reunion event in the K.C. Potter Center from 4:00pm-5:00pm, October 7th, 2022. All are welcome to visit our space.
If interested in participating, please submit your content here.
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT OCT. 5
LAVA: LGBTQIA+ Association of Vanderbilt Alumni
Are you a member of the LGBTQIA+ Community? Join LAVA today and be a part of our inclusive community! In the 10 years since its creation, our group has continued to grow, host events, provide networking opportunities and fundraise for the LGBTQI Life Fund.
Members receive quarterly newsletters and invitations to exclusive LAVA events that include social gatherings, networking opportunities, and student support activities.
Office of LGBTQI Life Annual Report
Our Annual Report can be found here.
‘Dores in Dialogue
The Vanderbilt Alumni Association hosts a series of virtual townhall-style events. See past and upcoming events below.
‘Dores in Dialogue: A Conversation about the history of Hispanic Heritage Month
‘Dores in Dialogue: A Conversation on Bostock V. Clayton County
‘Dores in Dialogue: A Conversation on the history and complexities of the term Latinx
‘Dores in Dialogue: A Conversation on the past, present and future Black experience at Vanderbilt
‘Dores in Dialogue: A Conversation on eliminating racial disparities in public safety and policing
Upcoming “‘Dores in Dialogue” event: September 6th, 2022