Title IX: Roles of Employees

Title IX: Roles of Employees

Human Resources
Title IX: Roles of Employees

Title IX is key to ensuring all students are free from discrimination and exclusion in their access to education. But making sure all students are protected isn’t completely on the shoulders of Title IX Coordinators. They often rely on members of the campus community to help. This course provides college and university faculty and staff with an overview of Title IX and the responsibility for Title IX enforcement by employees. Topics include: employee role in Title IX enforcement, key terms and definitions and reporting procedures.

Course Authors
Marybeth Sydor
Marybeth Sydor is a consultant to a nationally recognized New York City law firm for higher education Title IX compliance and civil rights matters and an analyst of Title IX federal regulations for higher education institutional policies and procedures. She has been a Title IX advisor for more than six years, representing more than 200 students and faculty during investigations, hearings and appeals.
Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo (AALRR)
Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo is a full-service law firm with over 180 attorneys in nine offices throughout California. It represents both private and public sector clients, with emphasis in the areas of employment, labor, construction, education, real estate, general business and business litigation, corporate, taxation, bankruptcy and immigration.
Megan C. Farrell
Megan C. Farrell is an advisor and consultant to educational institution clients with a focus on Title IX compliance. She is also the Title IX coordinator at Palo Alto Unified School District and Notre Dame of Maryland University. She has developed and delivered Title IX compliance training (in person and online) and has audited Title IX practices and policies at universities, colleges and K12 districts. She holds a Bachelors of Arts from Loyola University, a Juris Doctor from Delaware Law School, and a Masters of Business from University of Maryland. She also holds certificates in bias and inclusion from Cornell University; mediation from San Francisco Bar Association; restorative justice from the Center for Restorative Justice; and mentor coaching through the Coach Training Alliance, an International Coach Federation program. She can be reached at megan@titleixconsult.com.
TARGET AUDIENCE
Employees
DURATION
24 minutes
LANGUAGES
English

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