No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any educational program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.
-Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 to the 1964 Civil Rights Act

The Title IX Program Officer is responsible for ensuring compliance with Title IX, overseeing training and education, and gathering and reporting information to the campus community. The Title IX Program Officer and Deputy Title IX Coordinators are available to answer any questions related to the Policy, Complaint Process, available resource and reporting options, and remedial and safety measures.

Interim University Title IX Program Officer:

Kirsten Wolfe
Interim Title IX Program Officer & Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Undergraduate Students 
Assistant Dean of Students
Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards, 42 Charlesfield Street, Graduate Center E
(401) 863-3145  

Deputy Title IX Coordinators 

For Faculty:

Anne Windham
Associate Dean of the Faculty
University Hall
1 Prospect Street
Providence, RI 02912
(401) 863-5410

For Undergraduate Students:

Marc Peters
Title IX Investigator
323 J. Walter Wilson
(401) 863-2386 or

For Graduate Students: 

Maria Suarez
Associate Dean of Student Support
(401) 863-1802 

For Medical Students:

Lindsay Orchowski
Psychiatry and Human Behavior
146 W River St, Providence, RI 02904
(401) 444-7021

For Staff:

Wendy J. McRae-Owoeye
Director of ​Diversity and Inclusion
Brown University
(401) 863-1787​ or

Title IX Research

Sara Matthiesen, Postdoctoral Fellow in American Studies and Title IX Office.
JWW 321
(401) 863-7752

Empowerment, Health, and Healing
A Support Group for Survivors of Sexual Assault and/or Relationship Abuse
Thursdays from 3:30-4:30 pm starting February 26th
Counseling and Psychological Services, Conference Room
JWW 516

This is a weekly support group for survivors of sexual assault and relationship abuse and is open to all genders. We will explore challenges of healing from sexual assault and/or relationship abuse and identify specific self-care strategies to promote empowerment and healing.

Each week, we will focus on a specific self-care strategy that we will discuss and practice as a group.  Topics will include reclaiming safety, responding to triggers, developing healthy coping skills, setting healthy boundaries, reclaiming sexuality, and creating healthy relationships with yourself and others. There is no pre-screening required for this group. Please contact Bita Shooshani or Laura Sobik with questions or to find out more about this group. You are welcome to attend at any time this semester. 

Undergraduate Students

Graduate Students