Our Staff

Hope Freeman

Hope Freeman

Director
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

A Boston native, Hope is a graduate of Smith College where she obtained a degree in Africana Studies and holds a Masters in Non-Profit Management from Simmons College School of Management. For nearly a decade, Hope has committed her career to empowering and advocating on behalf of LGBTQ adults and youth, particularly LGBTQ youth of color. From HIV counseling and testing, helping youth develop leadership skills, to providing LGBTQ cultural competency training and education to youth serving agencies and community organizations; Hope has an extensive array of experience ensuring youth are not only able to access quality and necessary care, but are equipped with the tools needed to thrive, strive, and succeed.

TylerTyler

Undergraduate Intern
Pronouns: He/Him

Tyler is a fourth year at Tufts majoring in child study and human development. In his free time you can find him exploring Boston or in the gym. He loves anything to do with nature and being outdoors. He is an avid runner so if you need any trail ideas let him know!!

Jheanelle

Jheanelle

Undergraduate Intern
Pronouns: She/They

Jheanelle is a sweet, loving, caring, wise one. She is passionate about her studies in liberal arts as well as seeking liberation for all disenfranchised people. A third year at Tufts, she majors in computer science and is a member of the ENVY step team. In her free time, she plays the violin and writes rap songs. 

EthanEthan

Undergraduate Intern
Pronouns: He/Him

Ethan is currently in his last year at Tufts. He is from Massachusetts.  Aside from working with the LGBT Center he is also an Africana Center Peer Leader. His major is Film and Media Studies. Ethan is passionate about visual storytelling and making space for people to share their stories. He loves anything creative, from drawing pictures of people to writing. In his free time Ethan is probably watching Steven Universe, listening to music, or hanging out with his friends. 

Counseling and Mental Health Liaisons

The CMHS Liaison Program is designed to educate students, faculty, and staff about the range of services that CMHS provides, to help students access the support and resources that they need, and to make CMHS services as accessible as possible to all populations. As liaisons to the LGBT Center, we provide consultation to the Director of the LGBT Center and training for student leaders.

Megan TuckerMegan Tucker, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Megan Tucker, Psy.D. (she series) is a licensed psychologist and staff clinician at CMHS, who also happens to be a queer, cis woman. She has a specialty in serving the queer, trans, and non-binary community, including providing letters for gender affirming surgery. She is the current group leader for the Trans at Tufts group at CMHS. Megan also has a strong passion for addressing concerns related to power and oppression, sociocultural experiences and the intersection of various identities. 

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