Trevor Getz

Trevor R. Getz is professor of African and World History at San Francisco State and the author of nine books including Abina and the Important Men.  He is currently working on a digital humanities project to democratize information on history and heritage that can be found at subjectinghistory.org.  He is the editor of the African World Histories series published by Oxford University Press and is the lead author of the forthcoming world history project Weaving the Human Tapestry.

Gene Chelberg

Gene Chelberg has held a variety of leadership positions in higher education over the past 20 years and is proud to have counted Paul K. Longmore among his mentors and friends. Currently he leads campus efforts in the areas of Student Affairs/Enrollment Management planning and assessment, student health (physical and mental), emergency preparedness, University compliance, and disability access.

Martha Jimenez

My name is Martha Jimenez and I’m a third year transfer to San Francisco State University. I’m from Walnut Creek, a small town in the East Bay. I’m a first generation college student and very excited to see what’s in store for me here at State. I’m a psychology major and hoping to work with young kids in the near future. I’m very excited for the opportunity to work with the Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability. I was diagnosed with both a learning disability and Scoliosis at a young age.

Anna Goose

I have a Bachelor's in Psychology from the University of Cincinnati, and I am a first-year M.A. student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program here at SF State. This program (formerly known as Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health) has already broadened my understanding of both my personal disability and disability in general, and has helped fan the flames of advocacy and activism that were first lit in my undergraduate studies.