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Angie Wellman

Angie Wellman (she, her, hers) has been the Associate Director in the Student Life Multicultural Center since September 2016, after having served as an Intercultural Specialist in the center for six years. Her transformational work with LGBTQ and other under-represented students, staff, faculty and alumni was recognized with the University Distinguished Staff Award.

Angie has had a dynamic career involved in social justice movements since her undergraduate career at Kent State University where she held leadership positions in the campus Student Services Center and served as a catalyst to providing diversity and inclusion trainings to residence hall staff. After moving to Columbus, Angie received her Master of Science degree in Clinical Counseling and School Guidance Counseling. She is a licensed professional clinical counselor, and maintains a small private practice. 

Before her work at The Ohio State University, Angie held the position of Executive Director at Kaleidoscope Youth Center. Prior to this, she led programming efforts at other organizations including Stonewall Columbus, Oriana House and an Akron Area YMCA. Angie currently leads the Intercultural Specialist team and directs Central Programming within The Ohio State University Student Life Multicultural Center. She also serves as an adjunct instructor in the College of Social Work at The Ohio State University, and as a STEP Faculty Mentor.

Angie's research interests are in organizational development and social change, first generation students entering the workplace, and the supervisory needs associated with this transition. Both are being explored via her PhD studies in the Leadership & Change Program at Antioch University. 

Through both professional and volunteer roles, Angie has devoted nearly twenty years to social justice work centered on community building, advocacy, education, and leadership development.