Title IX Personnel

Title IX personnel include the Title IX Coordinator, any investigator, any decision-maker, university assigned advisor, and any person who facilitates an informal resolution (such as mediation).

  • Danielle Brown Friberg, Title IX Coordinator 
  • Anita LaMotte, Human Resources Generalist
  • Bethany Denney, Associate Director for Residential Life & RD Flex Housing
  • Charlene Patterson, New Student Orientation (NSO) Coordinator
  • Jen Klotz, Student Care and Engagement Assistant 
  • Kathy Lee, Resident Director, Nease West
  • Kaz Trypuc, Assistant Director of Public Safety
  • Lindsay Powell, Building Manager, Liberty Station Conference Center
  • Marsha Hubbard, Resident Director, Colony Apartments
  • Jake Gilbertson, Dean of Students
  • Jong Yoon, Resident Director, Goodwin Hall 

  • Katie Hodson, Coordinator, Center for Justice and Reconciliation

  • Connor Mathisen, Assistant Director for Undergraduate Admissions, Marketing, and Communications 

  • Heather McClary, Residential Life Coordinator 

  • Kayla Davis, Assistant Resident Director 

  • Maya Hood, Director of Multicultural and International Student Services 

  • Amber Hanna, Student Success Counselor

  • Ben Nixon, Director, Information Security 

  • Ellen Pearson, RN, Wellness Center

  • Kaitlin Sorgea, Health Promotion Specialist

  • Tom Egan, Director of Military Programs and Services 

Title IX Personnel Training Materials

Title IX Personnel receive training as follows: 

  • Title IX’s definition of “sexual harassment”
  • The scope of the school’s education program or activity
  • How to conduct an investigation and grievance process
  • How to serve impartially, including by avoiding prejudgment of the facts at issue
  • How to avoid conflicts of interest and bias
  • Decision-makers must receive training on any technology to be used at a live hearing, and on issues of relevance of questions and evidence, including when questions and evidence about a complainant’s sexual predisposition or prior sexual behavior are not relevant
  • Investigators must receive training on issues of relevance to create an investigative report that fairly summarizes relevant evidence

Recent Trainings

2021-2022
Atixa Coordinator Training Level One
Atixa Coordinator Training Level Two
Atixa Coordinator Training Level Four
Husch Blackwell Coordinator and Investigator Training
Husch Blackwell Informal Resolution
PLNU Title IX Overview Training
ICS End of Year Review
Title IX Solutions Investigator Training*
ATIXA What California Schools Need to Know About SB 493
ATIXA Pregnancy and Title IX
ATIXA Hearing Officer and Decision Maker
ATIXA Informal Resolution Level One
ATIXA Bias & Cultural Competency
Husch Blackwell Advanced Title IX Training

2022-2023
PLNU Title IX Team Training
Title IX Changes & Lessons Learned 
Title IX Changes & Lessons Learned TrainEd

ATIXA - Civil Rights Investigator One Foundations
ATIXA - Title IX Compliance and Athletics
ATIXA - Investigation Report Writing for Higher Education
PLNU Title IX Team - Investigations

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