Profile: Matt Comer, 25, is a communications professional, civic and community journalist and progressive, LGBT activist who hails from Winston-Salem, N.C. He currently lives and works in Charlotte where he serves as the communications and program director of Campus Pride, the nation's leading non-profit working for safer and more inclusive campus environments for LGBT and ally college and university students. From October 2007 to January 2012, Matt worked as editor of QNotes, the LGBT newspaper of the Carolinas. Matt attended The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and recently returned to school at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte where he is continuing his studies in American history and politics. Matt also provides and media/new media consulting, web hosting and social media integration services. Learn more about Matt and his services at MattComer.net. Read his extended bio and see press clippings at MattComer.net/contact/#about.
Posts by Matt Comer:
- Open letter to UNC-Charlotte: No, not everyone on your campus loves anti-LGBT Chick-fil-A
- Brown responds: Some things he ‘fully understands’ about anti-LGBT Uganda bill
- Dr. Michael Brown defends anti-LGBT Uganda law: Nation has ‘very strong reasons’ for law
- On Wednesday, you can help answer the perennial question: What does Charlotte’s LGBT center actually do?
- ‘I’m so sick and tired of hearing about slavery! That was 150 years ago!’
- Who are the true ‘bully leaders’ in Charlotte’s LGBT community?
- Charlotte LGBT center announces it will hold town hall for community on Dec. 4, 7 p.m.
- The community voices the LGBT Community Center of Charlotte willfully ignored in their public statement on Tuesday
- Charlotte LGBT center issues misleading response, leaves several questions unanswered, but says it will host town hall meeting
- Charlotte LGBT center finally releases bylaws, financial documents to public, but more questions still need answers