Gypsy joined GLAD in June of 2012. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Brown University, where she studied global security, U.S. American civilization, and queer and feminist theory. During college, she was heavily involved in the Sexual Health Education and Empowerment Council and the co-educational fraternity, Zeta Delta Xi. She was also a member of the Queer Alliance, and worked with Brown University’s Department of Health Education. Currently, she volunteers with The Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health, a sexual health education and advocacy organization, where she previously served as a Communications Intern. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, reading dystopian literature, and learning to become a better advocate of anti-oppression, specifically regarding issues relating to the intersectional nature of race/ethnicity, class, gender, and sexuality. Gypsy is excited for the opportunity to channel her interest in social justice through her work with GLAD.