Meet the Women's and Gender Center Staff

Lisa MazzarielloName: Lisa B. Mazzariello

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Position: Special Assistant to the Chief Operating Officer

Hometown: Rutland, Vermont 

Fun fact: Graduated from three different colleges in three different Vermont towns. 

Why the WGC is important to me: As a female identified, out lesbian woman who grew up in a different era there were many days in my own college experience that I did not have an environment to go to on campus and just be myself. The WGC is that space for so many students and is a place that ALL students are welcomed to come as they are. 


Name: Callan McNamara

Pronouns: she/her

Position: AmeriCorps Member

Hometown: Burlington, WI

Fun Fact: I love watching comedy in my free time! I can't wait to check out the Vermont Comedy Club.

Why the WGC is important to me: The WGC's themes really vibe with me personally and I believe it is so important to continue to improve this space where so many students can feel at home on their campus. I am happy to be able to connect with students and learn from them this year!


Name: Charlotte Ide

Pronouns: she/her

Position: Office Assistant

Major/Graduation Year: Secondary English Education, 2022

Hometown: Jericho, VT

Fun Fact: I published a full-length novel when I was 18.

Why the WGC is important to me: The WGC is important to me because it creates a safe place on campus that is welcoming to everyone.


Name: Ileigh Aube

Pronouns: she/her

Position: Office Assistant

Major/Graduation Year: Computer Science and Information, 2024

Hometown: Middlebury, VT

Fun Fact: I have two younger brothers.

Why the WGC is important to me: The Women's and Gender Center is important to me because it is a positive and uplifting place where everyone is welcome.