10 Apr 2024
10 Apr 2024

Anticipating Title IX Changes in 2024 Webinar

  • Price: FREE

Overview

The US Department of Education plans to release significant changes to Title IX regulations this spring. Successfully implementing such changes in ATS seminaries will require not only revisions to existing policies and procedures, but also strong communication and updated training plans. With limited time and multiple priorities, how can Title IX officers and others involved in the Title IX process effectively lead these changes on their campuses?

Join the CHANGE Initiative and Title IX experts from ATS institutions for an interactive and practical webinar that will:

  • Discuss anticipated changes to Title IX and their implications for ATS institutions
  • Help you identify a plan for revising and implementing new Title IX policies, procedures, and trainings
  • Identify resources available to ATS institutions to support their work in Title IX to ensure a safe and inclusive environment
  • Nurture connections between Title IX leaders in ATS seminaries

This webinar is particularly relevant for Title IX coordinators, student services personnel, other seminary personnel involved in the Title IX process, and anyone committed to fostering safety and inclusion on seminary campuses. Presented by the ATS Pathways Coordination Program for all interested ATS member schools, this webinar will be recorded for replay.


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Presenters
Josie Hoover

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Josie Hoover

Josie Hoover, SHRM-CP brings more than 17 years of experience in higher education administration. Currently, she is the director of human resources and Title IX co-coordinator at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (PTS), where she manages the seminary’s HR functions and Title IX compliance. Prior to joining PTS, Hoover was the compliance officer and Title IX coordinator at the University of the District of Columbia, responsible for developing and implementing all university-wide policies and programs related to Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, Section 504 (ADA), workers compensation, and campus equity and diversity programs. Other higher education administrative roles include Title IX coordinator, director of human resources and diversity officer at Wesley Theological Seminary. Hoover earned her MDiv and DMin degrees from Wesley Theological Seminary.

Karen A. Santiago

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Karen A. Santiago

Karen Antonia Santiago is the director of international student services and primary designated school official at Wesley Theological Seminary (WTS), where she also serves as the Title IX coordinator. In her Title IX capacity, she also serves as a campus civil rights investigator, chairs the institution’s Conduct Committee, and actively serves on the Diversity Committee. Santiago has 17 years of diversified experience across higher education. Prior to her nine years at WTS, she served as the director of American University's Intercultural Management Institute where she designed and piloted innovative intercultural programs for US and MENA-region government entities. She also worked for Purdue University's International Programs in Agriculture, where she served as ARO, J-1 scholar advisor, and manager for USAID- and DOS-sponsored programs in Afghanistan and the US. Santiago holds an MA in international communication from American University.

Jeffrey Williams

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Jeffrey Williams

Jeffrey Williams is the director of the CHANGE Initiative, a Lilly Endowment Inc. Pathways for Tomorrow Initiative Phase Three grant awarded to Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary in 2022. The mission of the CHANGE Initiative is to research, design, and implement high-quality shared administrative services that provide sustainable, cost-saving solutions to ATS institutions. Prior to his work with the CHANGE Initiative, Williams spent 17 years as a faculty member and administrator at Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University, most recently as associate dean for academic affairs and institutional effectiveness officer and associate professor of American religious history. Visit the CHANGE Initiative’s webpage to learn more about the initiative’s work, staff, and current services.


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Webinar Contact
Christopher M. The

Date & Time
Wed, Apr 10, 2024 , 2:00 p.m. ET
Wed, Apr 10, 2024 , 3:00 p.m. ET

Location
Zoom

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