Rose Hatem

Community Outreach and Engagement Coordinator, AmeriCorps VISTA

Pronouns: 
She, Her, Hers

Rose Hatem is serving with EqualityMaine as the Community Outreach and Engagement Coordinator this year through AmeriCorps VISTA. Originally from New York, she graduated from Smith College, where she studied Ancient Greek, Psychology, and Museum Studies. In the past, Rose worked as a research assistant for the Neuroscience Program at Smith, and interned at the Museum of the City of Athens and the National Museum of African American History and Culture. She fell in love with Maine through an apprenticeship at an organic farm, and she is excited to spend this year learning about and supporting Maine’s LGBTQ+ community.

Why we list our pronouns

Names aren’t the only way we refer to people. We share our gender pronouns and encourage you to do the same. Gender pronouns are the way you like to be referred to: she, her, hers; they, them, theirs; he, him, his; or something else. We share these because we do not want to assume another person’s gender. 

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