A Facebook Live Event!

What is One on One?

A One on One event is an opportunity to connect with the human side of our Guests and Cohosts. There is a One on One event the 2nd Thursday of the Month at 12:30-1:00 pm. Please join us on Facebook Live! A link to the CAN and GSC Facebook Page is at the bottom of this page, and there is more information about our upcoming events in the event tiles below. We hope to see you there!

One on One with Dr. Kishonna L. Gray

Dr. Ada Cheng (she/her/hers), engagement and outreach specialist with the Campus Advocacy Network (CAN), and Moisés Villada (he/him/his), associate director of the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC), meet over Facebook Live for a half hour interview with Dr. Kishonna L. Gray, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication and Gender and Women’s Studies.

All One on One live events aim to interview people in a way that fosters comfort and vulnerability. Every interview touches on the human side of our guests and our co-hosts.

Moises uses He/Him/His pronouns
Ada uses She/Her/Hers pronouns
Kishonna uses She/Her/Hers pronouns

One on One with Dr. Karen Su

One on One conversations provide a space to connect with our guest speakers. In these interviews, Co-hosts Moisés Villada and Dr. Ada Cheng connect on personal and human level with their special guest. Join us in this Facebook Livestream Event March 11th, 2021 at 12:30pm to 1pm CST to connect with our Special Guest Dr. Karen Su.

All One on One live events work to interview people in a way that fosters comfort and vulnerability. Every interview touches on the human side on our guests, and our cohosts.

Moises uses He/Him/His pronouns
Ada uses She/Her/Hers pronouns
Karen uses She/Her/Hers pronouns

One on One with Jennifer M. Jackson

Cohosts Dr. Ada Cheng (Engagement and outreach specialist with the Campus Advocacy Network)
and Moises Villada (Assistant Director of the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) at UIC) meet over Facebook Live for a half hour interview with Jennifer M. Jackson, Assistant Professor & Undergraduate Engagement Coordinator with the University Library.

All One on One live events work to interview people in a way that fosters comfort and vulnerability. Every interview touches on the human side on our guests, and our cohosts.

Moises uses He/Him/His pronouns
Ada uses She/Her/Hers pronouns
Jennifer uses She/Her/Hers pronouns

One on One with Veronica L. Arreola

Cohosts Dr. Ada Cheng Engagement and outreach specialist with the Campus Advocacy Network (CAN)and Moises Villada Assistant Director of the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) at UIC meet over Facebook Live for a half hour interview with Veronica L. Arreola, Director of UIC’s Latin@s Gaining Access to Networks for Advancement in Science.

All One on One live events work to interview people in a way that fosters comfort and vulnerability. Every interview touches on the human side on our guests, and our cohosts.

Moises uses He/Him/His pronouns
Ada uses She/Her/Hers pronoun
Veronica uses She/Her/They pronouns

One on One with JT Turner

Cohosts Dr. Ada Cheng Engagement and outreach specialist with the Campus Advocacy Network (CAN)
and Moises Villada Assistant Director of the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) at UIC meet over Facebook Live for a half hour interview with JT the Director of the GSC.

All One on One live events work to interview people in a way that fosters comfort and vulnerability. Every interview touches on the human side on our guests, and our cohosts.

Moises uses He/Him/His pronouns
Ada uses She/Her/Hers pronouns
JT uses They/Them/Theirs pronouns

One on one with Rich Havard

Cohosts Dr. Ada Cheng Engagement and outreach specialist with the Campus Advocacy Network (CAN)
and Moises Villada Assistant Director of the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) at UIC meet over Facebook live for a half hour interview with Rich Havard, a Pastor and Executive Director at The Inclusive Collective.

All One on One live events work to interview people in a way that fosters comfort and vulnerability. Every interview touches on the human side on our guests, and our cohosts.

Moises uses He/Him/His pronouns
Ada uses She/Her/Hers pronouns
Rich uses He/Him/His pronouns

One on One with Mario Lucero

Cohosts Dr. Ada Cheng Engagement and outreach specialist with the Campus Advocacy Network (CAN)and Moises Villada Assistant Director of the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) at UIC meet over Facebook Live for a half hour interview with Mario Lucero, Associate Director with the Latino Cultural Center.

All One on One live events work to interview people in a way that fosters comfort and vulnerability. Every interview touches on the human side on our guests, and our cohosts.

Moises uses He/Him/His pronouns
Ada uses She/Her/Hers pronouns
Mario uses pronouns He/Him/His

One on One with Dr. Margaret Fink

Cohosts Dr. Ada Cheng Engagement and outreach specialist with the Campus Advocacy Network (CAN)
and Moises Villada Assistant Director of the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) meet over Facebook Live for an interview with Dr. Margaret Fink, The Director of the UIC Disability Cultural Center.

All One on One live events work to interview people in a way that fosters comfort and vulnerability. Every interview touches on the human side on our guests, and our cohosts.

Moises uses He/Him/His pronouns
Ada uses She/Her/Hers pronouns
Margaret uses She/Her/Hers pronouns