The Office of Institutional Equity
North Office Building A (NOA on campus map),
Fourth floor, Suite 4.302.
NOA is located at 101 E. 27th St. (on the corner of 27th St. and Wichita St.).
Please contact us at our main number 512-471-1849 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Katherine Antwi Green
Assistant Vice President
The Assistant Vice President facilitates and monitors effective strategies to advance a diverse and inclusive university; provides leadership on matters related to equity, diversity, respect, and inclusiveness for all members of the university community; and leads the efforts of the Office of Institutional Equity in its four functional areas: institutional equity, education and development, university community outreach, and compliance and assessment. The Assistant Vice President also serves as the university's Deputy ADA Coordinator.
The Director of Investigations and Outreach, Title VI Coordinator and Deputy Title IX Coordinator is the primary resource person in the Office of Institutional Equity who investigates and seeks positive resolutions to issues and concerns regarding internal university complaints of discrimination, whistleblowing, retaliation, consensual relationships, sexual or other harassment issues, and other equal opportunity related concerns. Mr. Gill also provides equal employment opportunity related trainings and serves as a consultant to university faculty, staff and departments regarding issues of equity.
Debbie G. Dillingham
The Director of Education and Compliance develops and implements the Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action Compliance programs for the university in addition to all state and federal compliance reporting. Ms. Dillingham also aids with curriculum development, presentation and strategic partnership development, SACS accreditation analysis and reporting, and acts as a subject matter expert on compliance matters, and policies and training activities.
The Associate Director is a resource within the Office of Institutional Equity for investigations and addressing issues and concerns regarding internal university complaints of discrimination, harassment (including sexual harassment), hostile work and learning environments, retaliation, sexual misconduct, whistleblowing, and other equal opportunity concerns. In addition, Mr. Lohoefener provides equal opportunity related trainings and serves as a consultant to university faculty, staff, students, and departments regarding equity issues. Mr. Lohoefener also serves as a contact person for employee ADAAA accommodation requests.
The Office Manager oversees the daily office operations, including complaint intake triaging, maintaining internal databases, scheduling of appointments and meetings, maintaining office budgets, and organizing travel.