Building a Winning Title IX Team Webinar (FREE)Thursday, June 30, 2022
12:00 – 12:30 PM EDT
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We enjoyed guiding you in building an all-start Title IX team. Selecting, assembling, and training your campus’ Title IX professionals can seem like a daunting task. This webinar walked you through covering all roles needed in the grievance process, recruiting qualified individuals to serve in these roles, and overcoming challenges such as budget and time constraints.
This 30-minute discussion was part of our 2022 Summer Webinar Series!
We’re covering topics to build your skills and knowledge in Title IX such as building your Title IX team, exploring informal resolution, and more! Explore our other topics here.
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MEET OUR SPEAKERS
TAWNY ALONZO | Director of Training
A graduate of Texas A&M University, Tawny has blended careers in higher education and law enforcement to address issues of sexual misconduct on college campuses. Tawny took an interest as a police officer in working with victims of sexual assault, child abuse, and domestic violence. She immersed herself in trainings on trauma-informed interviewing, violence against women and children, as well as community approaches to prevention. This passion led to a jump into higher education and the world of Title IX. She previously served as a Title IX Investigator at Texas Woman’s University, Director of Violence Prevention at Southern Methodist University, and Title IX Program Manager at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Her areas of expertise include conducting compliant investigations, creating dynamic student and employee trainings, and building holistic campus violence prevention programs. You may also see Tawny as a presenter in the upcoming August Conference: Title IX in Motion!
ADRIENNE MATHIS | Executive Director
Adrienne Mathis works one-on-one with Title IX Coordinators at client universities to interpret federal and state sexual harassment statutes, and advises universities on best practices for implementing the Regulations. She works closely with TIXS professional investigators, hearing officers, informal resolution facilitators, and advisors to facilitate the provision of Title IX services to client universities. Adrienne also occasionally works with student victims of sexual harassment to explain their rights under Title IX when non-client institutions may inadequately respond. When not collaborating with experts and consulting with clients or students, Adrienne audits and drafts sexual misconduct policies for colleges, creating guidebooks and templates for Title IX administrators, and designing training programs for Title IX personnel. Adrienne is also a training instructor for TIXS, specializing in the implementation of Title IX, investigation planning, and strategies for responding to incidents of sexual assault of U.S. students abroad.
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