Welcome, I am Emma, the project lead of Pride Month 2023. I am 25 years old, she/her, and actually freshly graduated with a Bachelors in International Affairs. I am hanging around an extra month to celebrate my pride with the university one last time, before going out into the world. For simplicity's sake, I am queer, something I've known about myself since my early teens. As a result, I've been around LGBTQ+ organizations and Pride for a long time. I am so happy to be organizing an entire pride month myself this time, let's make it memorable together!
Hi guys, I'm Adria. I am 22 years old, my pronouns are she/her, and I'm in the 7th semester of my bachelor in Business Administration. I am head of internal communication and event management for this years Pride Month. I am straight/cis-het, but allyship to the LGBTQ+ community has been of great importance to me throughout my life. I really hope we can grow allyship through our events this year and support our queer peers in their pride. I'm looking forward to seeing you at our events!
Greetings, my name is Nicola, he/him. I am co-lead this year. My experience is an interesting one, as I am an openly gay man and also an army officer, next to my uni studies of course. When I'm not discussing politics or changing the narrative of masculinity and homosexuality, you can find me playing the piano, skiing or gaming. Or at most pride events! Like the pub quiz or the Inclusivity in St.Gallen discussion. Make sure to sign up, and see you soon!
Hello, I'm Kata. I am in my 7th semester of my bachelor in International Affairs, and I am Head of Marketing for this year's Pride Month. I go by all pronouns, as I am genderfree. Because I'm fresh out of the closet, the attached picture isn't quite up to date anymore, since I finally feel confident enough to present androgynously. If you have any Pride-related questions, feel free to reach out through the contact form or our Instagram DMs. You will likely find me answering back. If you want to know more about gender queerness, I encourage you to check out the Gender Matters event and the Living Library, where I will be available as a human book among many other interesting stories. See you there!