Spectrum Resources

Spectrum

Spectrum is St. John’s University’s student-run LGBTQ+ organization. Spectrum strives to strengthen, foster, and affirm an inclusive, welcoming academic and campus environment for all students regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity and/or gender expression for the purpose of upholding our University’s Catholic, Vincentian, and Metropolitan mission.

University LGBTQ+ Resources
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Spectrum fulfills students’ opportunities to further actualize the University’s mission and core values by developing spiritual and personal growth, nurturing awareness and understanding, and embodying the spirit of empathy through a welcoming community that cultivates and reflects the values of human dignity, diversity, compassion, and inclusiveness.

In acknowledging these opportunities, Spectrum sets its foundation upon four pillars: Support, Education, Faith, and Service.

Queens Campus

President
Tiffany Gordaliza (she/her)
Major: Legal Studies
tiffany.gordaliza20@stjohns.edu

Vice President
Rosanna Jiang (she/her)
Major: Legal Studies
rosanna.jiang20@stjohns.edu

Secretary
Andy Vu (He/Him)
Major: Public relations
tung.vu19@my.stjohns.edu

Past Co-President
Leigha Clarke (she/hers)
Major: Psychology
leigha.clarke18@stjohns.edu

Past Co-President
Joanne Fung (she/hers)
Major: Pharmacy
joanne.fung18@stjohns.edu

Matthew Pucciarelli, PhD (he/his)
Associate Provost of Global Programs
Newman Hall
pucciarm@stjohns.edu
718-990-7614

Jackie Lochrie (she/hers)
Senior Associate Dean of Student Services, Acting Dean of Students & Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Peter J. Tobin College of Business, Garden Level
lochriej@stjohns.edu
718-990-7614

Staten Island Campus

President
Sabrina Rizzi (she/her)

Vice President
Danielle Falco

Secretary
James Imperatrice (he/his)

Treasurer
Grace Garlisi (she/hers)

Internal Communications
Peter Trapanese (he/they)

David N. Gachigo
Associate Dean Student Affairs Student Life
Staten Island Campus Center B9
gachigod@stjohns.edu
718-390-4345

Safe Zone Training

Safe Zone training is a diversity and sensitivity workshop that helps participants work with, understand, and support the LGBTQ+ community at St. John's University and beyond. The Office of Multicultural Affairs is the managing department for the Safe Zone Program at St. John's University.

Bias Report

Members of the St. John’s community can share or report experiences or concerns regarding incidents of bias, discrimination, harassment and/or microaggressions that may occur within the university community: Microaggression and/or Bias Related Incident Report.