Dr. Bonnie Meyer
Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, Culture, and Curriculum, Master of Arts in Teaching, Bachelor of Science in Education
Dr. Bonnie Meyer (she/her) is an educator by trade who pairs that with her passion for inclusion and equity. Dr. Meyer has twenty years of experience in education and more than ten years of experience as a diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) practitioner in Northern Kentucky. She is passionate about doing her part to ensure Northern Kentucky is a place where all LGBTQA+ people can thrive. Dr. Meyer is the co-founder and president of the Northern Kentucky Pride Center, which organizes the NKY Pride festival and advocates for local fairness ordinances across Northern Kentucky. She worked with the City of Covington to pass the first conversion therapy ban for minors in Kentucky and has consulted with cities across Northern Kentucky on passing fairness ordinances and improving their Municipal Equality Index score.
Bonnie currently serves as a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Educational Leadership at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She formerly served as the founding director of the Office of LGBTQ Programs and Services at Northern Kentucky University, where under her leadership NKU received national recognition in LGBTQA+ inclusion. She is a proud board member of the YMCA of Campbell County and Covington Classical Academy. She lives in Covington with her wife Katie and their pit bull, Luci.