Gay, Proud and Educated – A personal and professional focus on mentoring S4E8 (Entry Two)
Co-creator of the MeSearch podast (highlighting Fil-Am perspectives) and Insufferable Academics AP, Dr. Dustin Domingo has been working in education for more than 10 years with experiences engaging students from K-12 to undergraduate and graduate levels.
Professionally, Dustin is the Director of Credential Services for Brandman University’s School of Education, providing administrative support to California’s future teachers and school districts.
Dustin’s research interests are in cultural competence and diversity in higher education.
Dr. Patric Schine is a cisgender, gay male, married to his husband Levi.
He has been a Family Nurse Practitioner for 18 years and a Nurse for 27 years.
He has worked in the LGBTQ+ realm for the entirety of his career. And is currently an Associate Professor and FNP Program Director at Brandman University.
His specialty in Transgender Medicine over the past 17 years has placed him as an Ally to the community,
to his patients and to his students.
Dr. Schine and Levi enjoy spending time with their young twin daughters, as they help their children develop into a new generation of people who will love and live without the need to label others.
Dr. Donald B. Scott has worked in the field of higher education student affairs for 28 years.
Don completed his Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington, his Master of Education degree in Student Personnel Administration at Western Washington University, and his Doctorate in Organizational Leadership at Brandman University, where he currently serves as the Director of Advising and Retention Services.
Don’s dissertation focused on how gay civic and non-profit leaders cope with the behavioral characteristics associated with the Impostor Phenomenon.
He currently lives in Palm Springs, California, with his husband, Felipe Primera, and their pugs, Rocco and Rosie.
11 Ways Allies Can Recognize National Coming Out Day (all year long).
National Coming Out Day is October 11th, but if you are an ally, we need your active support 365 days of the year.
By Jeanette LeBlanc – Medium