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Sage Mauldin is an Adjunct Professor of Human Relations in the Department of Human Relations and an Affiliate Faculty Member of the Women’s & Gender Studies Program at The University of Oklahoma. Additionally, he serves as a reviewer for the Critical, Social Justice, and Diversity Perspectives track for the Academy of Human Resource Development.
Mauldin teaches courses every semester, focusing on subjects such as LGBT+ Activism, Human Rights, and Political Activism.
In 2018, Mauldin was recommended by the Mayor of Norman, Lynne Miller, and elected by Norman’s City Council to serve as a Human Rights Commissioner for the City of Norman. In this role, he assists in the enforcement of fair employment practices in city contracts, makes recommendations to Norman’s City Council for actions deemed necessary to the furtherance of equality and human rights, and institutes and conducts educational programs to promote understanding among all persons and groups in Norman.
Also in 2018, Mauldin was elected to serve on the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Oklahoma Board of Directors. In this role, he helps establish the vision, mission, and values of the organization, sets strategy and structure for the organization, and ensures the organization’s structure and capability are appropriate for implementing chosen strategies.
Throughout Mauldin’s career, he has been a vocal advocate for the rights of vulnerable and protected populations. He is the author and editor of LGBT+ Issues in the United States.
Mauldin received his BA in Psychology and MA in Human Relations from The University of Oklahoma.
Lastly, in 2018, Mauldin was selected as a NextGen Under 30 winner in the Adult & Higher Education category.
Mauldin, S. (2018). LGBT+ Issues in the United States. San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing.