Micah McFeely

Interim Program Manager


Micah McFeely is the interim Program Manager for the DISC and is also a fourth-year student at MSU studying Economics and Statistics. Since attending a “Common Ground” retreat in her first weekend of college, Micah quickly became passionate about issues concerning her fellow bobcats. At MSU, she has served as Student Body Vice-President, a Resident Advisor, an MSU Voice Center Advocate and Peer Educator, a Safe Zone Project Facilitator, a Sustained Dialogue Moderator, and an international buddy program president and leader. She is excited to fulfill the role as the interim Program Manager so that she can continually contribute to efforts to support an inclusive and equitable climate at MSU.


Mitchell  Meyer

Graduate Assistant


Mitchellwas born and raised in Montana, and graduated from high school in Billings in 2016. Last spring, he earned his Bachelors in Psychology and is currently working on his Masters in School Counseling. He has been a part of many programs through the DISC such as Safe Zone training, the Common Ground retreat, and has been both a mentee and a mentor with the LGBTQ+ Mentorship program. Throughout his MSU career, he has been involved in the Queer Straight Alliance and served in leadership as the QSA Representative for ASMSU. He has also worked in the Office of Admissions as a Summer Orientation Leader, a tour guide, and an AdvoCat. He wants to express that he is “so happy to have the opportunity to work with some of the most fantastic offices on campus and continue and develop the wonderful LGBTQ+ programs we have at MSU!


Tristan Harris-Pearce

DISC Programming Assistant


Tristan is a first-year student at MSU majoring in Film with minors in Writing and Sociology. He was born in Topeka, Kansas but graduated from high school in Brockton, Montana. Tristan is very passionate about filmmaking and using it to normalize diverse social identities and to educate people on diversity issues. He is also very active within the campus 
community with the Hilleman Scholars Program, Fraternity and Sorority life, Residence Hall Council, Queer Straight Alliance, and Black Student Union. He is very excited to be a member of the DISC team to help spread diversity awareness, education, and inclusion in the MSU community.
Lyla Brown

Lyla Brown

Sustained Dialogue Student Coordinator

Lyla Brown is a fourth-year student studying Sociology with a focus on Criminology with minors in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies as well as Psychology. She is passionate about all students feeling like Montana State is a welcoming environment for everyone that attends. Her involvement with Sustained Dialogue began at the 2017 Common Ground Retreat, and she has been involved as a moderator ever since. Now, Lyla is excited to serve as a co-program coordinator for Sustained Dialogue!


Caitlin Holzer

Sustained Dialogue Student Coordinator


Caitlin is a third-year student at MSU from the Chicagoland area studying Psychology with minors in Human Development and Hispanic Studies. She often describes attending and moderating Common Ground as being one of the best decisions of her college career and has become a champion of dialogue ever since. When she's not in the DISC, she's probably rollerblading, hiking, volunteering, and drinking more black coffee than the average person.

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