Systemwide Title IX Office
Student Advisory Board
The Student Advisory Board (SAB) provides formal structure for students and the UC Systemwide Title IX Office to continue building and strengthening a collaborative and synergistic relationship. The SAB advises the UC Systemwide Title IX Office on the University’s ongoing work to prevent and respond to sexual harassment, including sexual violence, from the student perspective. Through providing important feedback to the UC Office of the President (UCOP) and helping to inform students about developments of importance to them, the SAB’s mission is to elevate UC student voices in the pursuit of these prevention and response efforts.
Ex-officio members are Suzanne Taylor, Systemwide Title IX Director, and Eric Heng, Director for Student Policies and Governance.
The inaugural UC Title IX Student Advisory Board made several recommendations falling into four main topic areas: Values, Funding Imperatives, Training and Data Collection. These recommendations were developed in collaboration with students, other campus stakeholders, the Systemwide Title IX Office and UCOP Student Affairs. They reflect the commitment, values, and careful thought of the inaugural Student Advisory Board members, and we are proud to post them here: UC Title IX Student Advisory Board Recommendations.
General questions about the student advisory board can be sent to Claire Chevallier at Claire.Chevallier@ucop.edu.
Julia Anna AdrianUC San Diego, Graduate
Danielle BermudezUC Merced, Graduate
Rojina BozorgniaUC Santa Cruz, Undergraduate
Jessica CabreraUC Irvine, Graduate
Julia CamilleriUC Davis, Undergraduate
Guadalupe CastroUC Riverside, Graduate
Melissa CruzUC Irvine, Undergraduate
Sarah FlemingUC Berkeley, Undergraduate
Tommy JungUC San Diego, Undergraduate
Elina KostyanovskayaUC San Francisco, Graduate
Ike MintonUC Santa Cruz, Graduate
Ashley MorrisonUC Riverside, Undergraduate
Ashley Tejeda OliverUC Merced, Undergraduate
Audrey ShinnUC Davis, Graduate
Alia SkyUC Santa Barbara, Undergraduate
Ko SmaouiUCLA, Undergraduate
Jordan J. TudiscoUC Santa Barbara, Graduate