Lawrence Coldon joined GLAD as a Legal Assistant in 2020 after graduating from The University of Chicago with a B.A. in Psychology and Comparative Human Development with a minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies. During his time at UChicago, Lawrence was a Programming Intern at The Center for Identity and Inclusion, where he worked to develop programs/events that would help to create a sense of community between students. Lawrence also worked as an LGBTQ Health Intern at The Center for Interdisciplinary Inquiry & Innovation in Sexual and Reproductive Health (Ci3) where he researched the impact of parenting on gay and bisexual Black MSM as well as helped facilitate job training workshops. On campus, Lawrence served as a Co-Political Chair of the Organization of Black Students, a Co-Chair of Project Reproductive Freedom (a reproductive justice advocacy group), and a Decisions Board Member of The Emergency Fund. In his free time, Lawrence enjoys losing time playing video games and baking treats to share with friends.