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Jennifer Williams

We are happy to welcome NCCU students and community members to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion! Here are a few fun facts that will help you get to know us better:

Jennifer Williams, Coordinator for the LGBTA Resource Center

  • I come from an Eagle-Aggie family (the rivalry is fierce!).
  • I earned dual master’s degree from NCCU (Eagle Pride…Amplified!)
  • I have two siblings that are also NCCU grads.
  • When I was little, I attended day care on campus in the Dent building.
  • I love Lisa Frank and other colorful art.
  • I love to sing, write and paint (again, thank you Lisa Frank).
  • I love dogs.
  • I love to travel and enjoy blue water and white sand beaches.
  • My favorite color is purple.
  • I has an extensive pen collection that I started in the 10th grade.


Emily Guzman, Director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion:

  • I have a ball python named Fluffy and a Parrot named Zeke.
  • I lived and went to school at Tec de Monterrey in Mexico for one year.
  • I played soccer for the school team in Mexico.
  • I went to an HIS (Hispanic Serving Institution) for graduate school at California State University at Fresno.
  • I went to school to be a mental health therapist.
  • I love yoga.
  • I love to hike, kayak, and camp in my free time.
  • I have lived in 6 different states and 3 different countries.
  • I am bilingual in Spanish and English.
  • I was born in the same city as Madonna (Bay City, Michigan).
Published: Monday, June 05, 2017
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