Sexual Misconduct Adjudication Team
Chair of the Community Board on Sexual Misconduct
Associate Dean of Students
Office: Sayles-Hill 157
The Chair of the CBSM is responsible for arranging adjudication hearings, communicating with the involved parties about hearing procedures and expectations, and leading CBSM meetings and trainings. Contact her if you would like to:
- Learn more about the Community Board on Sexual Misconduct
- Ask questions about the procedures for a hearing
- Learn about support and resources available to you
Community Board on Sexual Misconduct (CBSM)
The Community Board on Sexual Misconduct is the College body charged with adjudicating complaints of student-to-student sexual misconduct. Each sexual misconduct complaint is heard and adjudicated by a Panel of three representatives drawn from the larger CBSM.
For more detailed information about the CBSM, see the complete Student Reporting and Complaint Procedures document.
Angela Curran, faculty
Gretchen Hofmeister, faculty
Jessica Leiman, faculty
Richard Goerwitz, staff
Charlene Hamblin, staff
Austin Robinson-Coolidge, staff
Julie Thornton, staff [ex officio] [Chair and Convener] [Non-voting]
Phoebe Chastain, '14
Justin Jack, '12
Emily Lamberty, '14
Hannah Lucal, '12
Sophie Rouhandeh, '13
Sexual Misconduct Resource/Investigator
Office: Hoppin House 202
The Investigator will conduct an investigation of each Complaint that is filed. She will interview the Complainant, the Respondent, any witnesses, and collect additional information about the incident(s) in question. Because of the sensitivity of the investigation, we ask that while a Complaint Process is ongoing only these parties contact the Investigator. All other individuals may direct their questions to the Coordinator.
As the College Consultant on Sexual Misconduct, Joanne Mullen also receives and investigates reports and complaints of sexual misconduct that involve faculty and staff members.
VP/Dean of Students
Office: Severance Hall 116
The VP/Dean of Students reviews any appeals of decisions by the CBSM Panel.