BGLTQ Tutors

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Eleanor Craig

Resident Tutor
L-404
BGLTQ, Music, Writing

Eleanor is a late-stage doctoral candidate in Religion and Society at Harvard Divinity School and a Pedagogy Fellow with the Bok Center for Teaching and Learning. At Adams House, she is the lead tutor for Writing and assists with programming in Music and BLGTQ.... Read more about Eleanor Craig

Joseph Lee

Joseph Lee

Senior Resident Tutor
M-504
BGLTQ (Lead), Public Service, Sophomore Advising Coordinator

Hello Adams! I'm originally from California, but have reluctantly settled into my new identity as an east coaster. I graduated from the College in 2007 where I concentrated in History and Science, lived in Currier House (Quad love!), and volunteered a ton with University Health Services and PBHA. After a stint doing non-profit consulting and evaluation, I went back to school to obtain my master's degree in Health Policy and Management from Harvard School of Public Health. Over the past few years, I've mostly been involved in global health education, and some of you may have had me as your TA in any number of global health-themed courses. Currently, I'm working on a few projects with HarvardX and the Global Health Institute while writing a collection of short stories and hammering out a screenplay.... Read more about Joseph Lee

Toby Oldham

Toby Oldham

Resident Tutor
L-404
BGLTQ, CARE

Toby is a Registered Nurse with Commonwealth Care Alliance. He has a particular love for the field of geriatrics. With co-workers, students, and clients, Toby believes in empowerment through education. He enjoys hiking, board games, cooking, and he is an avid follower of current events. He has a spot for slapstick humor, mimes, and a good pun.

Aubry Threlkeld

Aubry Threlkeld

Senior Resident Tutor
B-22
BGLTQ, Pool Theater Director

Aubry received his doctorate in Human Development and Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education. Aubry's current research looks at how and when young people with dyslexia construct themselves as disabled and how that relates to cultural models of disability. Aubry's interests range from disability studies, queer studies, and cultural in psychology to program evaluation and reading intervention. He works as a diversity and learning consultant with a range of corporations.... Read more about Aubry Threlkeld

Kris Trujillo

Kris Trujillo

Resident Tutor
M-504
BGLTQ, Writing

Hi, Adams! An Angeleno at heart, I've come also to embrace my inner Cantabrigian. I graduated from Harvard College in 2005 with a concentration in Romance Languages and Literatures and then pursued theological studies at Harvard Divinity School. After completing my master's degree, I spent a fellowship year in Paris researching queer cinema's response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic and then finished coursework for my Ph.D. in Rhetoric at U.C. Berkeley. I have returned to Harvard as an Exchange Scholar in the Study of Religion and am completing a dissertation about music, mysticism, and the medieval construction of desire (because who isn't?).... Read more about Kris Trujillo