Harvard College Title IX Resource Coordinators
Program Officer for Title IX and Sexual Misconduct
College Title IX
University Hall, 024
Cambridge, MA 02138
In her role with the Chicago Public Schools, Erin provided leadership in the opening of the Office of Student Protections and Title IX, where she has led a team that responds to all reports of sexual misconduct and sexual and gender discrimination impacting students in the District, while enacting new policies and procedures to enhance student safety and staff accountability and compliance. Previously, she led Northwestern University’s Center for Awareness, Response and Education through a three year Office on Violence against Women grant. There her team was responsible for sexual violence prevention programming, sexual health education, and confidential advocacy services for students impacted by sexual misconduct. Prior to these roles she spent several years working for advocacy and service organizations including Break the Cycle and the Office on Violence Against Women in Washington, DC, and the Women and Families Center in Middletown, CT.
Erin oversees Title IX for the College, ensuring that students are aware of all available resources and options for reporting and receiving support for issues related to sexual misconduct and harassment, addressing any concerns or potential violations that come up; managing education and outreach programs; collaborating with Title IX Resource Coordinators from across the University as well as the Office for Gender Equity; and conducting trainings for staff, among many other duties.
Erin will be holding Office Hours from 2-4pm ET, Tuesdays, when classes are in session.
Assistant Director, Office of International Education and
Title IX Resource Coordinator, Harvard College
1414 Massachusetts Ave, 3rd Floor
Cambridge, MA 02138
Brian Libby serves in the Coordinator role, in addition to his role as an Assistant Director in the Office of International Education. Brian is responsible for ensuring that students are well informed about Title IX as well as the Harvard University Policy and Procedures and the FAS Policy and Procedures around issues of sexual misconduct and harassment. Brian works to ensure that all students affected by sexual misconduct and harassment receive accurate, consistent information about the resources and options available to them; to mitigate challenges that arise for individuals following incidents of sexual misconduct and harassment by implementing interim measures; and to identify and address potential community safety concerns.