For Faculty and Staff:
Advisors are available to all members of the College community for consultation concerning incidents that could be a form of discrimination. The advisor’s role is described in the Discrimination Grievance Policy and Procedures, printed in the handbooks. All advisors have received training in sexual harassment and other discrimination advising.
Meg Bossong, Director of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, Dean’s Office
Donna Denelli-Hess, Health Educator, Student Health Services
Adrian Castro, Assistant Director of Admission, Admission Office
Veronica Bosley, Commencement and Academic Events Assistant, Dean of the Faculty’s House
Brooks Foehl, Director of Alumni Relations and Secretary of the Society of Alumni, Alumni Relations
Abigail Conyers, Admission Counselor, Admission Office
Randal Flippinger, Producing Director, Theatre Department
Carolina Echenique, Admission Counselor, Admission Office
Lynn Melchiori, Desktop Systems Specialist, Office for Information Technology
Amanda Turner, Assistant Registrar, Registrar’s Office
Nicole Pedercini, Administrative and Financial Assistant, Controller’s Office
All of these resources are confidential and private
- LIFESCOPE (800)828-6025
- Elizabeth Freeman Center (Pittsfield) 499-2425
- National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-HOPE
- National Sexual Assault Online Hotline – https://ohl.rainn.org/online/
- For a list of resources with particular focus on the needs of LGBTQ survivors, see http://barcc.org/information/resources-online/glbt
- For resources with particular focus on the needs of male survivors, see malesurvivor.org.
Faculty and Staff can also contact their supervisors, Campus Safety and Security or Title IX Coordinator, Toya Camacho, and any of the Deputy Title IX coordinators Sandstrom, Tetrault, and Buell) for assistance. These individuals have some confidentiality limitations.