Title IX is the federal law that protects members of the University community from discrimination based on sex and provides reporting options to investigate complaints, mitigate, and correct all types of inappropriate sexual behavior.
By Integrated Communications
Alexandra Rodríguez has worked in Sagrado during the past four years, first as a Professor and later on in the administrative area of Student Affairs. As of April 2019, she began working in the Vice Presidency of Quality, Assessment and Institutional Intelligence (CAII) as Assessment Manager and Title IX Coordinator. Title IX is the federal law that protects members of the University community from discrimination based on sex and provides reporting options to investigate complaints, mitigate, and correct all types of inappropriate sexual behavior.
Her duties as Title IX Coordinator include:
• Implement and monitor Institutional Policies and Procedures on Title IX.
• Coordinate training for students and faculty on the Policy and Procedures in the resolution of Title IX complaints.
• Conduct impartial, fair, and thorough investigations of any Title IX complaint.
• Evaluates confidentiality requests in order to provide a safe, non-discriminatory environment.
• Take preventive safety measures during an ongoing investigation to ensure an adequate educational environment for all parties.
• Write a report once the investigation is finished, makes a determination and offer recommendations.
Mrs. Rodríguez recently completed the Certification as a Title IX Coordinator and Civil Rights Investigator granted by the prestigious firm D. Stafford & Associates. In the near future, she plans to expand her knowledge in this topic attending various courses offered in the United States in order to continue to provide quality service that is updated with new regulations and amendments to the law.