Andrea is the Director of the Gender Resource & Advocacy Center (GRAC) at Willamette University. In this role, she serves as the certified confidential campus advocate, violence prevention coordinator for university-wide comprehensive programming, and oversees other initiatives related to gender and sexuality justice and equity. At Willamette, Andrea serves on the Title IX Response Team, university Title IX Advisory Committee, and oversees the Transgender Advocacy Committee and the Student Affairs Bias Education Committee. She also supervises students who volunteer for Willamette’s confidential peer victim advocacy program, alongside other GRAC staff who directly support LGBTQ+ students. Andrea is a member of the Campus Advocate Cohort coordinated by the Oregon Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force, and was formerly a member of their Campus Subcommittee. Over the last 12 years, she has participated in numerous trainings related to Title IX policy, campus advocacy, and violence prevention. Andrea currently serves on the National Crime Victim Law Institute’s Advisory Council. Andrea received an Honors Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology and a Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies: Women’s Studies and Sociology from Oregon State University. She has previously worked as an instructor of Women’s Studies at OSU and as the Assistant Director of Abby’s House Center for Equity and Gender Justice at Western Oregon University.
Andrea Doyle Hugmeyer
Gender Resource & Advocacy Center, Montag Loft
900 State StreetSalem Oregon 97301
Division of Student Affairs
University Center 3rd Floor
900 State StreetSalem Oregon 97301 U.S.A.