Staff

Gayle Adams, gayle.adams@colostate.edu, 970-491-0965

Gayle Adams Gayle came to Fort Collins to attend CSU and never left. She has worked at CSU since 1993 doing accounting and financial processing at the Colorado Bioprocessing Center, Student Media, and beginning in 2008 in Campus Activities, thoroughly enjoying the students awesome energy, creativity, and intelligence. Gayle is also a volunteer for the Northern Colorado Intertribal Powwow Association bringing to Northern Colorado the annual spring Powwow and Indian Art Market. She has 4 children and 9 grandchildren who keep her busy, along with her dogs, garden, camping and hiking, and most recently learning the hard but fun way about Urban Farming.

Dolan Doss

Dolan Doss Dolan comes from Denver Colorado. He came to the LSC 20 years ago and can often be seen at your door everyday delivering your mail. Dolan works for the information desk in the LSC. His passions include, waterskiing, jumping on trampolines, and attending concerts where the Grateful Dead and Willie Nelson perform. Dolan is most excited about his recent wedding to his long time love, Hannah.

 

 

Vanita (Vani) Narayana, vani.narayana@colostate.edu, 970-491-4291

 

Vani Narayana Vani Narayana is the Assistant Director of the Asian Pacific American Cultural Center and Campus Activities. Vani came to CSU in 2007 and created the Diversity and Social Justice Programs area of Campus Activities. Prior to joining CSU, Vani worked primarily in Multicultural Affairs with a couple of years of Admissions experience at small, private, liberal arts colleges. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Colorado College with a major in Psychology in 2000. Her Master of Arts degree is in Leadership in Student Affairs from the University of St. Thomas in May of 2007. Vani and her partner, Justin, live in Fort Collins with their son Lennon, daughter Judy, and their two dogs Honey B and lo.

Bethel Nathan, bethel.nathan@colostate.edu, 970-491-5838

Bethel Nathan CSU has been Bethel's home since the summer of 2007. "B" as she prefers to be called comes to CSU after spending 10 years in Boston, MA where she obtained her bachelors and masters as well as worked at several universities. As one of the Assistant Directors in the office, she serves as the primary advisor to the campus programming board, ASAP. When not working, B can always be found with friends or simply engaging in conversation with someone as she believes people come into our lives for a reason; and you don't know someone's story until you take time to get to know them. Add a card game to the mix; or some friendly sports competition, and life could not get any better.

Doug Sink, doug.sink@colostate.edu, 970-491-2810

Doug Sink Program Manager, Lory Student Center Arts Program.  Doug came to CSU in 2007 as a student in the Master of Fine Arts program, which he completed in 2010.  Now, he serves the CSU community through the arts, directing both the Curfman Gallery and the Duhesa Lounge, as well as managing the art collections of the Lory Student Center.  When not on campus, Doug can be found teaching sculpture at Front Range Community College, tinkering in his studio, or at home with his partner Elizabeth and their two kids Tessa and Finn.

 

 

Lance Wright, wrightme@colostate.edu, 970-491-6921

Lance Wright The Director of Campus Activities. Lance provides support and leadership for the Campus Activities staff members and programs. Lance’s partner is DeeDee and they have a son named Jared. He started working in Campus Activities during the summer of 2007 and before that spent 6 years in several different positions in the Illini Union at the University of Illinois-Urbana. He received his Master’s degree from the SAHE program in 2001 and has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the University of Kansas.