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 office staff available to answer any questions related to the Policy, Complaint Process, available resources and reporting options, and remedial and safety measures.
Jeana Horton is the University's Interim Title IX Coordinator.
The Title IX and Gender Equity Office supports faculty, staff, students, affiliates, and guests of the University.
Our Professional Development
The Title IX Program Officer and staff are responsible for coordinating the formal and informal resolution procedures and implementig support measures and interim actions. To do this work, the Title IX Program Officer and staff are trained annually on the jurisdictional scope of Title IX, managing a Title IX grievance procedure, mitigating conscious and unconscious bias, and on topics related responding sexual harasment and sexual violence reports (see related files is specific training content).
Title IX Compliance Training
by Universal Education Compliance & Training (UECAT)
The following OIED Staff and in some cases external investigators support the Title IX and Gender Equity Office in the investigation and adjudication of formal complaints. These individuals are trained annually on identifying and mitgating implicit and explicit forms of bias, the specifics of their role, the jurisdictional scope of Title IX and University Sexual and Gender-based Misconduct policy, as well as University definitions of consent and incapication (see related files for Investigator Training).
Lawrence Angelo, Instiutional Equity Officer
Jeana Horton, Instiutional Equity Investigator
Dismissal Appeal Officer
Juana De Los Santos, Director of Equal Opportunity and Diversity