|ASUPS||Qirra Millen||Director of Student Interests|
Women's Lacrosse Coach
|Bystander Revolution Against Violence||Cat Wright||BRAVe Coordinator|
|Office of Student Conduct||Jessica Pense||Director of Student Conduct|
|Counseling, Health, and Wellness Services||TBA|
|Dining & Conference Services||TBA|
|Division of Student Affairs||Sarah Shives||Assistant Dean of Students|
|Facilities Services||Kerstyn Dolack||Manger Building Services|
|Faculty/Diversity Committee||Melvin Rouse||Psychology Faculty|
|Faculty/Student Life Committee||Megan Gessel||Chemistry Faculty|
|Interfraternity Council||Kevin Le||President|
|Panhellenic Council||Megan Sanders||President|
|Peer Allies||Brea Kaye||President|
|Residence Life||Debbie Chee||Associate Dean of Students|
|Resident Student Association||Emily Saling||Vice President and National Communication Coordinator|
|Security Services||Don Kennedy||Lead Campus Safety Officer|
|Security Services||Fred Creek||Associate Director of Security|
|Title IX||Michael Benitez||Title IX Coordinator|
The Sexual Assault Work Group evolved to become the ongoing Sexual and Gender Violence Committee. The mission of SGVC is to foster a community of care, respect, and safety at University of Puget Sound through coordinated community efforts in response to gender and sexual violence.
The SGVC is a group comprised of faculty, staff from academic and student affairs, students and community partners who take an active role and share in the responsibility of examining what we are doing as a campus community to address sexual and gender violence prevention, education, and response. SGVC charges include providing advice on best practices and strategies to:
The group includes two subcommittees:
Prevention Education (Outreach and Engagement)
This subcommittee focuses on SGVC prevention and education events and activities. The subcommittee is responsible for examining current prevention and education work, providing guidance on how and where such outreach and engagement fits in best/aligns within current programming, and share ideas about professional development opportunities for faculty, staff and students. The committee will focus on collaborative and coordinated sexual and gender violence programming and education across the university.
Policy and Procedures (Response and Process)
The policy subcommittee strives to identify, review, and revise existing institutional policies and response and investigation guidelines needed to create a safer and healthier campus climate in the area of sexual and gender violence.
History of the SGVC
In spring 2013, the Sexual Assault Work Group (SAWG) was tasked to identify programs, services, and support systems at Puget Sound that target sexual assault response, education, and prevention, and provide recommendations on ways in which Puget Sound can continue to work toward effectively addressing sexual misconduct within our campus community. A final SAWG report was created to summarize the work group’s findings and recommendations for a comprehensive approach to preventing and responding to sexual misconduct.