Enthusiastic, determined, and insightful, Nathan Belyeu joined The Trevor Project in 2011 with a wide array of experience in providing resources directly to LGBTQI youth and developing and managing programs. Before joining The Trevor Project, Nathan worked at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro where he was the first person to hold the position of Coordinator for LGBTQI Health. In this position he enlarged the university Safe Zone program to include a Train the Trainer program and he served as a resource for LGBTQI students, faculty, staff and their allies. A native of St. Augustine Florida Nathan moved to North Carolina for college and completed his undergraduate degree at Appalachian State University in Boone before moving to Greensboro to pursue a Masters in Education in Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education. When Nathan isn’t working at The Trevor Project he can be found in the kitchen cooking a meal for close friends, volunteering his time in his faith community or enjoying one of New York City’s many cultural offerings. Nathan’s LGBTQ hero: The Bishop Gene Robinson.