Christopher German, MSc

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Graduate Program Coordinator

Phone: 206-296-5493

Building/Room: HUNT 207


Christopher German, MSc (them/him) serves Seattle U as the Graduate Programs Coordinator for the MNPL and GCFL programs. They come to us with a strong background in cultural organizing and has provided support to several different local arts-based non-profits. Currently Christopher works closely with the Union Cultural Center, Movimiento Afro-Latino Seattle, and the ArtsGlobo organizations to promote awareness of different traditional art forms from the African Diaspora. Christopher is particularly proud of the Conectandonos MAS youth arts program they helped co-design with the chair of Movimiento Afro-Latino; which connects Afro-Latinx students with traditional artists from their respective regions for an interview. Christopher's work is motivated by their own experience gaining more self-awareness around their identity and seeing the transformational change in students when they are introduced to traditional epistemologies. Usually when they are not working they can be found avidly participating in Capoeira, dancing, or playing music. Christopher has deep roots in the Hilltop neighborhood of Tacoma, WA and holds a Bachelor of Arts with a focus in Post-Colonial Literature from The Evergreen State College, and a Master's of Science in Global Health from the National University of Natural Medicine.