Our LGBT Center Staff
Lisa Gunterman is the Director for the LGBT Center on our Belknap campus. A lifelong social justice organizer with nearly 30 years of experience in non-profit, social justice and government sectors, Lisa brings a wealth of experience and passion to the job. As a co-founder of Louisville's Fairness Campaign, Lisa played a key role in passing the city's ordinance banning discrimination based on sexual orientation and ensuring the inclusion of protections based on gender identity and expression. Primary responsibilities for the Center include directing programs like Pride Week, PINK, Alternative Thanksgiving, educational trainings, organizational strategy and fund development. Honors include: Mary K. Bosteel Tachau Gender Equity Award, UofL Women's Center, 2020; “Best of the Best”, Louisville Magazine, 2019; Inaugural Rainbow Flag Raising Ceremony, Metro Hall, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, 2019; 20th Anniversary Fairness Ordinance Exhibit, Louisville Free Public Library, 2019; Congressional Recognition, Congressman Yarmuth, 2011; Co-Grand Marshall, Kentuckiana Pride Parade, 2011; Distinguished Citizen, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, 2011; Youth Service Worker Award, Louisville Mayor Dave Armstrong, 2000; Certificate of Merit, Louisville Board of Aldermen, 2000; Stonewall Award, Louisville, 1993.
Pronouns: any or my name
You can reach Lisa by email here.
Bláz Bush serves as the Director of the LGBT Center on our Health Sciences Center Campus. A graduate of the University of Oklahoma, Bláz has a Master’s degree in Education specializing in Community Counseling. His career in LGBTQ Healthcare began almost a decade ago with the New York Blood Center’s Project Achieve recruiting and counseling individuals on HIV Vaccine research, sexual behavioral health research, and HIV/AIDS testing. He most recently served as the Director of Care Coordination at Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, one of the largest LGBT Community Health Centers in the world serving 18,000 LGBT patients annually in a fully integrated health model. At Callen-Lorde, Bláz oversaw a passionate team of forty case managers, patient navigators, and prevention and outreach counselors. He also led the health center in a number of pivotal initiatives including improving community HIV viral suppression rates, rapid treatment for HIV, developing interventions to improve community outcomes by addressing social determinants of health, and assisting in the creation of a transgender gender affirming surgery psychoeducational clinic. His primary responsibilities for the LGBT Center include strategic planning for the Center's HSC activities, coordinating the eQuality Project with the School of Medicine, developing new partnerships with HSC faculty, staff, and students, and providing training on LGBT health topics to all schools on the Health Sciences Center campus. Bláz also brings a passionate dedication to work with the community, faculty and staff to develop and open the University of Louisville LGBTQ Health Clinic.
Bláz uses He/him/his pronouns.
You can reach Bláz by email here.
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Aaron Weathers is the Assistant Director for the LGBT Center Health Sciences Campus. As a 2013 graduate of the University of Louisville, Aaron was a member of the UofL Debate Team and an active student in the LGBT Center’s early days. As a co-founder of the student organization, Blkout, Aaron was a recipient of the Katy Garrison LGBT Student Leadership Award. Aaron holds his Bachelor’s in Pan-African Studies with a concentration in women, gender, and sexuality studies. He received his Master’s in Communication from California State University Fresno in 2017.
Aaron uses he/him/his or they/them pronouns interchangeably.
You can reach Aaron by email here.
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Goldie is the Administrative Assistant for the LGBT Center on the Belknap and Health Sciences Campuses. A graduate of the University of Louisville, Goldie received their Bachelor’s degree in Music, with a minor in Mathematics. Goldie comes to the LGBT Center after spending five years providing advocacy and support to survivors of intimate partner and sexual violence. Noticing a need for knowledge and skills in working with LGBTQ+ survivors, Goldie led efforts to examine policies, coordinate outreach events, and develop trainings on how to cultivate safe and accessible environments for trans survivors in Kentucky. Goldie is pursuing an M. Ed. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
Goldie uses they/them pronouns.
You can reach Goldie by email here.
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Brevin Woodford is the Program Coordinator, Sr. for the LGBT Center on the Belknap campus. A lifelong Louisvillian and proud University of Louisville alum, Brevin is passionate about inclusion and making sure those around him feel a sense of belonging. During his time as an undergraduate, Brevin was active in campus life, holding numerous roles, including: Cardinal Host, Office of the President; Resident Assistant, Campus Housing; active member of Alpha Pi chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc; and even Homecoming King! Brevin’s experience as a resident assistant sparked his interest in higher education, leading him to serve in positions at the University of Pennsylvania, Arizona State University, and Indiana University-Purdue University. The knowledge gained from these institutions, combined with his undergraduate experiences, inspire Brevin to be an advocate, support, and mentor for students throughout campus. Primary LGBT Center roles include creating programs that support LGBTQ+ BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) students, serving as advisor to the Bayard Rustin Themed Housing Community, and assisting in the coordination and implementation of programs, events, and trainings. Brevin earned a Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Marketing from the University of Louisville, and a Master’s in Higher and Post-Secondary Education, from Arizona State University.
Brevin uses he/him/his pronouns.
You can reach Brevin by email here.