Kyle Aaron Reese
Kyle Aaron Reese is a junior at Brooklyn College in the CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies program, studying Queer Psychosocial Research. He has served as the New York Regional President of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society International for the last year and was named a Distinguished Regional officer, as well as received an Award for Excellence in Service and an Award for Excellence in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. He was recently awarded the Rosen Fellowship to travel to the Netherlands to study transgender activism and centers his independent research around issues of human rights. He has been a part of CUNY’s LGBTQI Leadership program, where he has had access to CUNY Central and faculty there. Kyle is the founding president of the Queer Student Action Alliance, which while it is awaiting ratification continues to be actively working towards better support systems at Brooklyn College. He is also an appointed member and student representative on the LGBT Resource Committee, which works towards changes in Brooklyn College structure and policy to better support LGBT students. Kyle’s focus is constantly on fighting to increase access to resources and education opportunities for all Brooklyn College students.
Kyle lives in Bushwick with his partner of two and a half years, and their two dogs and plethora of critters.