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Title IX Grievance Process Team

In addition to their formal roles at St. Norbert College, the below individuals have been trained to serve in supporting roles within the Title IX grievance process. 

Title IX Deputy Coordinators

Title IX Deputy Coordinators have the responsibility to support the work of the Title IX coordinator, in their absence, and to serve the specific population assigned to their role. In their role, deputy coordinators may 1) receive sexual misconduct complaints; 2) answer questions about sexual misconduct policies and procedures; 3) serve as investigators (when appropriate); 4) provide training, programming, and engagement specific to their populations; and 5) support other related compliance efforts for the college.


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Heather Butterfield - for employees
Main Hall, Garden Level, Room 16
920-403-3210
heather.butterfield@snc.edu

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Morgan Stacey - for student athletes
Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center, Room 2018
920-403-3921
morgan.stacey@snc.edu

 

 

Corday Goddard Corday Goddard - for students
Main Hall, Garden Level, Room 1
920-403-1351
corday.goddard@snc.edu 
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Valerie Kretz - for faculty
Boyle Hall, Room 352
920-403-2906
valerie.kretz@snc.edu

 

 

Investigators

The investigators are responsible for handling inquiries into allegations of sexual misconduct, including interviewing the complainant, respondent, and witnesses.These individuals have been trained to serve in the role of investigator for cases of sexual harassment and other gender misconduct incidents, in addition to their formal role within the college.


james.sundstrom.jpg Jim Sundstrom, lead Investigator
Campus Safety Officer and Title IX Investigator
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William Falk
Associate Director of Alumni & Parent Relations

Avery Garcia

Avery Garcia
Assistant Director of Multicultural Student Services
Multicultural Student Services

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Gail Corneilus
Director of Study Abroad and Off Campus Programs

Mindy Leiterman

Mindy Leiterman
Senior Employment Specialist

Bridgit Martin

Bridgit Martin
Director of Multicultural Student Services
Multicultural Student Services

Process Advisors

The college’s process advisors are made up of volunteer faculty or staff at SNC who have been trained to be a resource to the complainant or respondent throughout the complaint resolution process, or individuals external to the institution, such as a lawyer or advocate, selected by a complainant or respondent to serve as their resource. Students are required to have a process advisor present during the hearing, or will have one appointed by the college.

Learn more about the college employees serving the college as process advisors.

Other Title IX Roles

Judicial Affairs
Student Judicial Affairs serves the campus by enforcing student conduct standards, upholding student rights and responding to student grievances

Lori Evans

Lori Evans
Director of Student Judicial Affairs
lori.evans@snc.edu

Hearing/Appeals Officers
Hearing/Appeals Officers include individuals who have training specific to facilitating judicial or appellate hearings for sex and gender based discrimination and harassment. These individuals are coordinated through the Offices of Student Judicial Affairs and/or Title IX and Compliance, and may be individuals internal or external to the SNC community.

Judge Mark Warpinski
mark.warpinski@snc.edu

 

Alternative Resolution Facilitators

Heather Butterfield
Assistant Vice President of Human Resources

Avery Garcia

Avery Garcia
Assistant Director of Multicultural Student Services

Gail Cornelius
Director of Study Abroad and Off Campus Programs

Corday Goddard



Corday Goddard 
Assistant Vice President - Student Affairs

 

Lori Evans
Director of Student Judicial Affairs

billy.falk.jpg

William Falk
Associate Director of Alumni & Parent Relations

Mindy Leiterman
Senior Employment Specialist

Bridgit Martin
Director of Multicultural Student Services

 

Jim Sundstrom
Campus Safety Officer and Title IX Investigator

 

 

Title IX Deputy Coordinators

Title IX Deputy Coordinators have the responsibility to support the work of the Title IX coordinator, in their absence, and to serve the specific population assigned to their role. In their role, deputy coordinators may 1) receive sexual misconduct complaints; 2) answer questions about sexual misconduct policies and procedures; 3) serve as investigators (when appropriate); 4) provide training, programming, and engagement specific to their populations; and 5) support other related compliance efforts for the college.


No Image Available

Heather Butterfield - for employees
Main Hall, Garden Level, Room 16
920-403-3210
heather.butterfield@snc.edu

No image available

Morgan Stacey - for student athletes
Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center, Room 2018
920-403-3921
morgan.stacey@snc.edu

 

 

Corday Goddard Corday Goddard - for students
Main Hall, Garden Level, Room 1
920-403-1351
corday.goddard@snc.edu 
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Valerie Kretz - for faculty
Boyle Hall, Room 352
920-403-2906
valerie.kretz@snc.edu

 

 

Investigators

The investigators are responsible for handling inquiries into allegations of sexual misconduct, including interviewing the complainant, respondent, and witnesses.These individuals have been trained to serve in the role of investigator for cases of sexual harassment and other gender misconduct incidents, in addition to their formal role within the college.


james.sundstrom.jpg Jim Sundstrom, lead Investigator
Campus Safety Officer and Title IX Investigator
billy.falk.jpg

William Falk
Associate Director of Alumni & Parent Relations

Avery Garcia

Avery Garcia
Assistant Director of Multicultural Student Services
Multicultural Student Services

gail.gilbert.jpg

Gail Corneilus
Director of Study Abroad and Off Campus Programs

Mindy Leiterman

Mindy Leiterman
Senior Employment Specialist

Bridgit Martin

Bridgit Martin
Director of Multicultural Student Services
Multicultural Student Services

Process Advisors

The college’s process advisors are made up of volunteer faculty or staff at SNC who have been trained to be a resource to the complainant or respondent throughout the complaint resolution process, or individuals external to the institution, such as a lawyer or advocate, selected by a complainant or respondent to serve as their resource. Students are required to have a process advisor present during the hearing, or will have one appointed by the college.

Learn more about the college employees serving the college as process advisors.

Other Title IX Roles

Judicial Affairs
Student Judicial Affairs serves the campus by enforcing student conduct standards, upholding student rights and responding to student grievances

Lori Evans

Lori Evans
Director of Student Judicial Affairs
lori.evans@snc.edu

Hearing/Appeals Officers
Hearing/Appeals Officers include individuals who have training specific to facilitating judicial or appellate hearings for sex and gender based discrimination and harassment. These individuals are coordinated through the Offices of Student Judicial Affairs and/or Title IX and Compliance, and may be individuals internal or external to the SNC community.

Judge Mark Warpinski
mark.warpinski@snc.edu

 

Alternative Resolution Facilitators

Heather Butterfield
Assistant Vice President of Human Resources

Avery Garcia

Avery Garcia
Assistant Director of Multicultural Student Services

Gail Cornelius
Director of Study Abroad and Off Campus Programs

Corday Goddard



Corday Goddard 
Assistant Vice President - Student Affairs

 

Lori Evans
Director of Student Judicial Affairs

billy.falk.jpg

William Falk
Associate Director of Alumni & Parent Relations

Mindy Leiterman
Senior Employment Specialist

Bridgit Martin
Director of Multicultural Student Services

 

Jim Sundstrom
Campus Safety Officer and Title IX Investigator

 

 

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