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Current Professional Affiliations:

Chair, The Clery Center, Board of Directors

Co-Chair, Education Law Committee, Philadelphia Bar Association

Member, Advisory Board, Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA)

Affiliated Consultant, TNG Consulting

Arbitrator, Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Arbitration Program

Recent Presentations and Trainings:

The Intersection Between Title IX, Title VI, and Title VII, ATIXA Time With IX, March 2021

Title IX and Race:  Conscious Compliance; ATIXA (Association of

Title IX Administrators) Conference, October 2019

Can Title IX Help Prevent School Shootings, Association of Title IX Administrators Conference, October 2018

Applying the Lessons of Title IX's Sexual Harassment Provisions to the Modern Corporate Environment, Women in Management, Yale University School of Management, March 2018

Title IX and Race Training Video, March 2018, The NCHERM Group/ATIXA

Understanding the Intersection of Title IX and Hip Hop, Association of Title IX Admininstrators, October 2017

Recent Continuing Legal Education Courses Taught:

Examining the US Dept. of Education's References to Race in the New Title IX Regulations

Conscious Compliance:  Eliminating Racial Bias in Title IX Programs

Understanding Title IX:  Higher Education; Understanding Title IX:  K-12; Understanding Title IX:  Career and Technical Schools

Title IX and Transgender Students

Understanding Counseling Theory for Personal Support (ethics)

From "Loving" to "Get Out": Legal and Implict Bias Regarding Interracial Relationships (ethics)

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