The work of the Title IX Office is supported by a number of appointed faculty, staff, and student members serving in different roles.
Title IX Deputies
Title IX Deputies are designated officials with authority to support the work of the Title IX Office by conducting intake meetings, consulting with the office on reports, supportive measures, and follow-up, and may serve as the Title IX Coordinator’s designee.
- Andrew Wells, Associate Dean of Campus Life, email@example.com
- Jody Gabriel, Head Softball Coach, Athletics, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kevin Morrison, Director, Center for Study Away, email@example.com
- Ruth Janisch, Interim Director, Civic Engagement Center, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Yuri Smith, Residence Hall Director, email@example.com
Advisory Council on Sexual Misconduct & Harassment
The Advisory Council is charged with reviewing the College’s compliance efforts, identifying areas of concern or potential improvement, and making recommendations to the Title IX Coordinator and College at-large on sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, gender-based harassment, and Title IX-related matters.
Members of the 2021-2022 Advisory Council include:
- Title IX Coordinator & Nondiscrimination Officer: Co-chair
- Jennifer Jacobsen, Director of Sexual Respect: Co-chair
- Daniel Chechelnitsky ’22
- Brook Geleta ’22
- Rebecca Gentry ’23
- Katie McCarthy ’22
- Franny Redpath ’23
- Joe Linstroth, Communications and Marketing
- Karen Maxwell, Facilities Services
- Annie McBurney, Employment Services
- Erin Updike, Alumni Engagement
- Megan Vossler, Art and Art History
Additional student and faculty representatives will be added to the group.
Title IX hearing panel members, adjudicators, and appeal officers
Hearing panel members, adjudicators, and appeal officers include any person who facilitates a formal or informal resolution process. Individuals assigned to these roles do not have a conflict of interest or bias for or against complainants or respondents generally or for or against the parties to a specific matter. In addition, these individuals will receive annual training as required under state and federal laws.
Higher education institutions are required to make materials used to train Title IX Coordinators, investigators, decision-makers, and any person who facilitates an informal resolution process publicly available on an institution’s website.