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Title IX Collaborative Committee

Alexandria Hatcher, Director, Equal Opportunity and Title IX, Title IX Coordinator, Chair (T)

Ismael Amaya, Assistant Dean of Students, Student Justice (T)
Matthew Carmichael, Director, University Police Department (T)
Emilio Carranco, Assistant Vice President and Director, Student Health Center (T)
Tammy Coyle, Manager, Employee Relations, Human Resources (T)
Julie Eckert, Assistant Director, Student Health Center (T)
Robert Harrison, Assistant Professor, Military Science Army ROTC (T) 
Cynthia Hernandez, Vice President, Student Affairs (T)
William Mattera, Director, Housing and Residential Life (T)
Charmaine Mazzantini, TSUS General Counsel (T)
Vincent Morton, Associate Vice President, and Dean of Students, Student Affairs (T)
Tracy Shoemake, Associate Athletics Director, Senior Women's Administrator, Athletics (T)
Debbie Thorne, Associate Provost, Academic Affairs (T)
Kendra Wesson, Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Institutional Compliance (T)
To Be Named, Professor, Aerospace Studies, Air Force ROTC (T)

The Collaborative provides guidance, advice, and support for the Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX support of the university's commitment meet its compliance obligation under Title IX. The Title IX Collaborative develops long-term, realistic action plans to address equity,  sexual, and gender discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct at Texas State University. The Title IX Collaborative reviews policies and procedures designed to strengthen the university's compliance with the law, the Texas State University System Sexual Misconduct policy, and the Department of Education Title IX regulations on sexual harassment. The group's collaborative structure connects all efforts directed towards the goal of gender equity, the prevention and remediation of sexual and gender discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct. The Title IX Collaborative conducts an annual comprehensive review of Texas State University's practices, policies, and procedures related to Title IX.