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St. Norbert College Hires New Title IX and Compliance Coordinator

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From St. Norbert College, April 14, 2020
by Mike Counter,, 920-403-3089

Sarah Olejniczak, vice president for student affairs and Title IX coordinator at Mount Mary University in Milwaukee, will join St. Norbert College as Title IX and compliance coordinator effective July 1.

“I am honored to be joining the St. Norbert College campus,” said Olejniczak. “I look forward to engaging with students, faculty, staff and the greater De Pere/Green Bay community in addressing issues of inequity with a collaborative, evidence-based approach.”
In her role at St. Norbert, Olejniczak will manage the daily responsibilities associated with gender-based misconduct, sexual harassment, retaliation, gender equity in athletics and Section 504 Disabilities Compliance. In addition to compliance efforts, the coordinator will provide leadership on campus in developing and supporting a culture of respect and fostering an inclusive learning, living and work environment. The coordinator also will play a key role in assessing and ensuring gender equity broadly across campus constituencies. This position will report directly to St. Norbert College President Brian Bruess.
“We are delighted to have Sarah joining the St. Norbert College community,” said Bruess. “She brings excellent experience, deep knowledge about student learning and Title IX, and genuine joy and passion for our Catholic, Norbertine, and liberal arts mission.”

At Mount Mary University, Olejniczak oversees the university’s engagement, support, Title IX compliance, and success offerings for all students. Olejniczak is passionate about equity in educational outcomes. She served Mount Mary University as the dean for student affairs and in alumnae and parent engagement before her current role.

Olejniczak earned a bachelor of arts in business management from Luther and a master’s of education in educational policy and leadership, college student personnel administration, from Marquette University. She is pursuing her Ph.D. in educational policy and leadership from Marquette University, with a dissertation focusing on trauma exposure for resident assistants.

Olejniczak will take over for Amanda Kim, who accepted a position at DePauw University in Indiana last October.

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