Assistant Director, Center for Gender and Sexuality Law
Office: Jerome Greene Hall 600/6
Liz Boylan was appointed to work with the Center for Gender and Sexuality Law in October of 2015. Liz is an arts and education administrator with interests in social justice, visual arts and the outdoors. Liz began working in arts administration in 2004, and since then has put her skills to work for various cultural and educational institutions in NYC including Goedhuis Contemporary, The College Art Association, Columbia Law School, the Center for Global Legal Transformation and the Tow Center for Digital Journalism.
In 2011, Liz joined CRUX Climbing, an LGBTQ Rock Climbing Organization focused on education, health, and leadership for LGBTQ persons in New York City. Volunteering with CRUX Climbing and allied organizations such as GMHC, the New York City LGBT Center and the Ali Forney Center ignited Liz's passion for LGBTQI activism and education.
Liz is an MPA Candidate with Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, and holds a Master of Science from Columbia University's School of Professional Studies in Sustainable Landscape Design.