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Mary Roy

Mary Roy (she/her/hers), Director and Title IX Coordinator: Ms. Roy has administrative oversight for Vanderbilt’s Title IX Office and serves as Vanderbilt’s Title IX Coordinator. The office’s functions include sexual misconduct complaint investigation and resolution, evaluation and implementation of supportive measures for individuals involved in sexual misconduct investigations, informal resolution of sexual misconduct complaints, and training and education for Vanderbilt’s campus on recognizing and reducing sexual misconduct. She graduated from Michigan State University with a B.A. in Political Science and earned her J.D. from Wayne State University. She comes to Vanderbilt from Central Michigan University, where she served as its Associate General Counsel. Ms. Roy is proficient in French.

Michael Fazi

Michael Fazi (he/him/his), Assistant Director: Michael investigates reports of sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, and other alleged violations of Vanderbilt’s Formal Grievance Protocol and Sexual Misconduct Policy. Additionally, he oversees the office's training initiative. Michael also serves as a faculty VUceptor for the Vanderbilt Visions program. Michael received his B.A. in Politics cum laude from the University of Dallas, his Master of Education in Higher Education from Merrimack College, and his Juris Doctorate cum laude from the University of New Hampshire School of Law. Prior to joining Vanderbilt, Michael worked as a community standards fellow at Merrimack College.

Nathan Perry

Nathan Perry (he/him/his), Supportive Measures/Informal Resolution Manager: In his role as the Supportive Measures/Informal Resolution Manager, Nathan’s work is independent of the Title IX investigative process, and he can consult with any party to a Title IX matter to develop and implement individualized plans to support both academic and non-academic needs. Nathan also serves as a neutral facilitator of voluntary informal resolutions between parties as appropriate for their specific circumstances.  Nathan graduated from Furman University with a B.A. in English and earned his J.D. from Stetson University College of Law. Prior to law school, Nathan trained and worked as a wilderness first responder. Nathan currently researches and presents nationally on the uses (and misuses) of emerging technology to both engage in and mitigate discriminatory harassment.

Matthew Meyers

Matthew Meyers (he/him/his), Title IX Investigator: As Title IX Investigator, Matthew investigates Title IX-related reports of discrimination, harassment, and violence. He received his B.B.A. in Music Business cum laude from Belmont University and his J.D. from Belmont University College of Law. Prior to joining Vanderbilt, Matthew served as the Deputy Title IX Coordintaor and Legal Compliance Officer for Metro Nashville Public Schools.

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Will Porter (he/him/his), Title IX Training Specialist for Policy & Prevention: Will supports the training initiatives and education strategy of the Title IX Office through curriculum development and delivery. Will received his B.A. in Business Management from Auburn University and his Master of Public Administration from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). Previously Will served in organizational development and HR roles at Encompass Health, UAB, and the UT Institute for Public Service.

Tammy King

Tammy M. King (she/her/hers), Office Manager: As the Office Manager, Tammy is frequently the first point of contact for persons engaging with the office. Tammy also manages the budget, assists the Title IX staff as needed, and coordinates the office calendar. Prior to joining Vanderbilt, Tammy worked for the Metropolitan Nashville Public School system in a variety of positions.