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Letter to the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault

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Letter to the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault

April 03, 2014

Sent as a followup to the March 14 meeting between the task force and the higher education community to discuss how best to ensure a safe, secure environment on campuses.

Along with ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle and General Counsel Ada Meloy, higher education leaders signing the letter include:

  • Jonathan Alger, President, James Madison University
  • Audrey Anderson, Vice Chancellor and General Counsel, Vanderbilt University
  • Pamela Bernard, Vice President and General Counsel, Duke University
  • Jerry Blakemore, Vice President and General Counsel, Northern Illinois University
  • Thomas Chema, President, Hiram College
  • Amy Foerster, General Counsel, Bucknell University
  • Robb Jones, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, United Educators
  • Patricia McGuire, President, Trinity Washington University
  • William Mullowney, Vice President for Policy and General Counsel, Valencia College
  • Robin Parker, General Counsel, Miami University of Ohio
  • Dorothy Robinson, Vice President and General Counsel, Yale University
  • Kathleen Santora, President and Chief Executive Officer, National Association of College and University Attorneys​

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