Hearing Panelists

Under University System of Georgia policy, allegations of student sexual misconduct are heard and resolved by a Sexual Misconduct Hearing Panel, consisting of three faculty and/or staff members. All panelists have been thoroughly trained in the conduct of sexual misconduct hearings, on Georgia Tech's obligation under Title IX to maintain a safe and secure campus environment, and on the trauma associated with sexual violence. The following potential panelists have been appointed  to hear and resolve allegations of student sexual misconduct:

Courtney Crooks, PhD
Principal Research Scientist
Georgia Tech Research Institute, Advanced Concepts Laboratory

Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Computing, School of Cybersecurity & Privacy

Lizanne DeStefano
Executive Director, Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing
Professor, School of Psychology

LaJauna Ellis
Asst. Direct of Business Operations
College of Engineering

Camellia Henry
Academic Advisor II
Mechanical Engineering

S. Gordon Moore, Jr.

Executive Director

Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion, Institute Diversity

Rachael Pocklington
Program Director of Strategic Communications and Initiatives
Institute Communications

Mariabelen Romero
Traffic Production and Analytics Coordinator
Institute Communications

Jennifer Seelman
Academic Program Manager II
College of Computing

Jake Soper
Associate Professor
School of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Emily Wong

Ami Waller-Ivanecky

Academic Program Manager - Undergraduate Program

School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

David McDuffie
IT Support Professional Manager

Aselia Urmanbetova
Academic Professional
School of Economics

Dorcas Ford Jones
Administrative Professional Sr.

Office of the Arts

Teresa Watkins
Academic Advisor II
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering