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LGBTQ Resources

Babson Community Resources

Contact any of these individuals and organizations for more information about the LGBTQ community and life at Babson.

Looking for more information? Check out off-campus community resources, online educational resources, or Babson’s Safe Zone training program.


Have a question? Want to chat? Stop by walk-in office hours on Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10 a.m.-noon, in the Glavin Office, Hollister 220, or send an email to

  • Graduate Assistant for LGBTQ Programs: Christine Yoon M'15
  • Chair, LGBTQ Action Group: Becky Prior

Babson Allies

While there are countless allies across campus, members of Babson's LGBTQ Action Group listed below are excited to service in a liaison role for their department or population. Please contact them with questions or concerns any time!

Alex Cabal, Student Activities and Leadership

Brett Chin, Education Abroad | Glavin Office of Multicultural & International Education

Matt Cotty, Alumni & Friends Network

John Crisafulli, Education Abroad | Glavin Office of Multicultural & International Education

Vicky Crittenden, Faculty | Marketing

Dominic Esposito, Athlete Ally, Track & Field Captain

Marjorie Feld, Faculty

Melissa Grove, Student Activities & Leadership

Stephanie Hamel, Babson College Marketing

Matt Hard, Undergraduate Students

Scott Hendrickson, Undergraduate Career Center & Development

Jamie Kendrioski, International Student & Scholar Services

Becky Prior, Graduate Admissions

Wendy Sachs, Undergraduate Students

Jason Salzenstein, Blended Learning Group (ITSD)

Melissa Shaak, Student Financial Services

Christine Yoon, Graduate Students​

“Babson’s LGBTQ+Ally community has been an amazing support network, an effective resource, and a caring family for myself and many others. We treat each other with great respect and reach out into the community to raise awareness about LGBTQ issues.”

— Matt Hard ’17 (left)

Matt Hard ’17 & Wendy Sachs ’15

“Being involved in the LGBT community at Babson has allowed me to meet amazing students, staff, and faculty. It’s a different type of diversity that I like to share with those who are unaware of LGBT people and issues.”

— Wendy Sachs ’15 (right)