This page lists staff information for the ONE Archives Foundation.
Phone: (323) 419-2159
Jennifer C. Gregg is the Executive Director of the ONE Archives Foundation, the longest continuously operating LGBTQ organization in the country.
Prior to joining ONE Archives Foundation in April 2016, Jennifer was the Executive Director of the Thurber Housein Columbus, Ohio, a non-profit literary arts center and museum listed on the National Register of Historic places, which was the childhood home of humorist, author, and New Yorker cartoonist, James Thurber.
Director of Development
Phone: (323) 419-1802
Andrew Gould serves as the Director of Development for the ONE Archives Foundation, the longest continuously operating LGBTQ organization in the country. Andrew leads the organization’s individual and institutional giving activities, which support and promote the archive through diverse activities including educational initiatives and a range of exhibitions and public programs.
Driven by a commitment to public service and freedom of expression, Andrew previously served as the Director of Institutional Giving at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA), which houses one of the most compelling and challenging collections of contemporary art in the world. Andrew’s work supported the museum’s education and exhibition programs through foundation, corporate, and government partnerships.
Community Engagement and Program Coordinator
Phone: (323) 419-2416
Erik’s dedication to uplifting marginalized communities led him to join the team at ONE Archives Foundation.
He graduated from UCLA with a BA in English and Civic Engagement. During his undergraduate career, he was awarded departmental and college honors upon the completion of two theses projects: one on Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray and the other on the experiences of LGBTQ Armenian Americans in Los Angeles.
Fueled by his passion for vocalizing the issues and concerns of the oppressed, Erik has previously worked as an educator at the Los Angeles LGBT Center (Youth Center on Highland). He also conducted faculty sponsored research on the cultural visibility of intersectional LGBTQ communities, and was a contributor to Outwrite, UCLA’s queer newsmagazine. Read more about Erik here.
Phone: (323) 419-2159
As an editor for the UCLA Undergraduate Law Journal and FEM, UCLA’s feminist newsmagazine, Shirley brings six years of experience with both online and print publications. She earned her Bachelor’s in Political Science from UCLA in 2016.
Prior to that, she joined the Climate and Health team at Physicians for Social Responsibility in Washington DC, where she worked on anti-fracking campaigns and testified in front of the Environmental Protections Agency. She also worked to clarify the path to publicly-elected office as a Candidacy Researcher with Nationbuilder, and led a digital mapping team under Student Services Australia. Read more about Shirley here.