Athena Elafros (she/her) is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Lethbridge. She is a qualitative cultural sociologist who studies culture and inequality. Her current projects include collaborations with Dr. Christopher Churchill on the role of different forms of labour within musical and literary cultural fields; Dr. Amandine Pras, Grace Brooks, and Monica Lockett on sound engineers’ and producers’ experiences of microaggressions in the recording studio; and Tif Semach and Wednesday Culley on collecting and preserving the oral histories of GSA members and facilitators in Alberta, Canada.
Tif Semach (she/they) is a Sessional Instructor in Sociology and Kinesiology at the University of Lethbridge, Community Education Coordinator for OUTreach Southern Alberta, and Affirming Ministry Coordinator for McKillop United Church. She received her BA in Sociology (’12) and MA in Sociology (’14) at the U of L. She is currently a Ph.D student in Cultural, Social, and Political Thought at the University of Lethbridge.
Wednesday Culley (he/him) is a fourth-year undergraduate student at the University of Lethbridge. His history with his own high school GSA is where the passion for GSA’s began. His passions align deeply with community engagement and fostering safe and inclusive spaces.