Out on Campus is a volunteer-run and staff-supported space.
Volunteer and Program Coordinator
Kyle graduated from SFU in 2015 with his B.A. in Sociology and Communications and worked at the University of Alberta as a Residence Coordinator from 2015 to 2017. When not working at Out on Campus, Kyle is an avid gamer and is actively involved with the Vancouver musical theatre community as an actor and dancer.
Kyle’s goal as the Volunteer Coordinator for Out on Campus is to help grow the Centre’s visibility on campus, to continue the education efforts for students and staff, and to develop the volunteering program. He is very passionate about creating opportunities for individuals to embrace their individual identity and authentic selves, especially within the LGABTQ+ community.
Masashi is an M.A. student in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. He uses the he/him set of pronouns. His hobbies include watching Asian queer films, drinking coffee, and eating different types of cuisine that Vancouver has to offer. Having moved to Canada from Japan in 2015, he started volunteering with Out on Campus in the summer of 2016, and became a Positive Space Network Project Worker in the fall in the same year. Being an ESL speaker, Masashi is passionate about offering support and information on gender and sexuality in accessible English to the diverse student body at SFU. If he could have a superpower, that would be teleportation, so that he could see his friends and family without having to cross the Pacific ocean (and turbulence and awful in-flight food).