About Title IX Staff

Title IX Office Hours

It's important to know how Title IX works, what happens when a report of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/ domestic violence or stalking is made to the Title IX Office, what the formal complaint process looks like, and what resources are available.  Come meet GW's Title IX staff as they introduce themselves, answer your questions, share information, and discuss resources during Title IX Office Hours.

Fall 2022 Office Hours

  • Friday, September 9 from 11 AM - 12 PM EST

  • Friday, September 23 from 11 AM - 12 PM EST

  • Friday, October 7 from 11 AM - 12 PM EST

  • Friday, October 21 from 11 AM - 12 PM EST

  • Friday, November 4 from 11 AM - 12 PM EST

  • Friday, November 18 from 11 AM - 12 PM EST

  • Friday, December 2 from 11 AM - 12 PM EST

  • Friday, December 16 from 11 AM - 12 PM EST

IMPORTANT: Please note that if you are in immediate need of resources provided by the Title IX Office, feel free to contact us immediately. It is not necessary for you to await your appointment time to report or contact us regarding supportive measures and/or additional information.

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Title IX Staff 

Asha Reynolds (she/her)

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Title: Director & Title IX Coordinator

Phone: 202-994-7434

Email: [email protected]

Office: Building YY, 812 20th Street NW

Asha Reynolds is the Director of the Title IX Office and the University’s Title IX Coordinator. In this capacity she oversees the university’s Title IX sexual harassment-related compliance, including the provision of Title IX supportive measures, investigations and hearings, and the alternative resolution process. Asha joined the GW community in 2018 as a Title IX Investigator, a position where she investigated allegations of sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic and dating violence and stalking involving faculty, staff, and students.

Prior to GW, Asha was the Assistant Director of Equity Compliance & Title IX Coordinator for Bowie State University, Maryland’s oldest historically black college and university (HBCU). In addition, she served as the Managing Attorney for a Maryland-based nonprofit providing free legal representation to state residents. There she was a gubernatorial appointee to the Workgroup to Study Safe Harbor for Youth Victims of Human Trafficking. Asha also has previous experience serving as an Assistant District Attorney for the New York County District Attorney’s Office where she prosecuted felony and misdemeanor crimes throughout the borough of Manhattan. In this role, Asha served as her trial bureau’s representative to the Special Victims Bureau’s Elder Abuse Unit. Asha received her undergraduate degree in Justice from American University in 2003 and her J.D. from the New York University School of Law in 2007.

Kiera Bloore (she/her)

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Title: Deputy Title IX Coordinator

Phone: 202-994-7434

Email: [email protected]

Office: Building YY, 812 20th Street NW

Kiera Bloore is GW's Deputy Title IX Coordinator.  In this role, Kiera assists the Title IX Coordinator with facilitating the university’s Title IX sexual harassment-related compliance, including the provision of Title IX supportive measures, investigations, hearings and the alternative resolution process. 

Kiera joined the GW community in 2017 and served as a Title IX Investigator for four years.  In that role, Kiera conducted thorough and impartial investigations into allegations of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking involving faculty, staff and students.

Prior to coming to GW, Kiera was a Staff Attorney at the Network for Victim Recovery of D.C. (NVRDC) where she represented D.C. crime victims in criminal cases, civil protection order hearings and Title IX proceedings.  Kiera received her undergraduate degree from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center.

Elizabeth Wynkoop Riley (she/her)

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Title: Assistant Director of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

Email: [email protected]

Office: Building YY, 812 20th Street NW

Beth Riley is the Assistant Director of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response in the Title IX Office. In this role, Beth will initiate and direct student support and case management following reported incidents of Title IX violations. She also will develop educational outreach on sexual assault prevention and response for students, staff and faculty, in partnership with campus and community organizations.

Before coming to GWU, Beth worked at the Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault, focusing on both primary prevention and collaborative response to sexual violence. She was also a Senior Trainer at Alteristic, Inc, where she trained internationally on the Green Dot bystander intervention curriculum. 

 

Daniel DeLuca (he/him)

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Title: Title IX Investigator

Email: [email protected]

Office: Building YY, 812 20th Street NW

Daniel DeLuca conducts investigations into formal complaints filed against GW faculty, staff, and students.

Prior to coming to GW, Dan worked in the Office of Student Advocacy & Accountability at Louisiana State University where he worked with students who were alleged to have violated the Code of Student Conduct. Dan received his undergraduate degree from Nichols College in 2014 and his J.D. from Suffolk University Law School in 2018.

Sarah Harring (she/her)

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Title: Title IX Case Manager & Hearing Administrator

Email: [email protected]

Office: Building YY, 812 20th Street NW

Sarah Harring is the Title IX Case Manager & Hearing Administrator for the Title IX Office. In
this role, Sarah supports the case management for the Title IX Office by responding to reports of
sexual harassment, providing information about Title IX procedures, and serving as a point of
contact for parties working with the Title IX Office.

Prior to coming to GW, Sarah worked at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs in the
Office of Institutional Equity, which addressed sexual misconduct and protected class discrimination and harassment, and the Office of the Dean of Students, which oversaw students of concern and student conduct. Sarah also has previous experience serving as a Hall Director at Morehead State University where she supervised a cluster of residence halls on campus. Sarah received her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and her Master of Arts in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education from Ball State University. Sarah also holds a Restorative Justice Facilitation and Leadership Certificate from the University of San Diego.

 

Joshua Segalewitz (he/him)

Picture of Joshua Segalewitz, Title IX Response Coordinator

 

 

Title: Title IX Response Coordinator

Email: [email protected]

Office: Building YY, 812 20th Street NW

Joshua Segalewitz is one of the Response Coordinators for the GW Title IX Office. In his role, he supports GW faculty, staff, and students by initiating outreach following a reported incident and providing ongoing support. He works to provide trauma-informed case management that includes supportive measures–such as academic support, safety planning, and referrals to on and off-campus resources–to those impacted by sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking. 

Joshua joined the Title IX Office in January 2022. Prior to GW, Joshua worked at Palladium International, primarily supporting a global, USAID-funded project aimed at using data to address the HIV epidemic and COVID pandemic. Joshua has also served as a volunteer Crisis Intervention Advocate with the DC Rape Crisis Center since December, 2020. Joshua holds a BA in Sociology and Human Rights Studies from the University of Dayton, where he spent four years as a sexual violence peer educator and worked as a research assistant in UD's Women's Center.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The May 2020 Title IX Regulations require Title IX Coordinators, investigators, decision-makers, and any person who facilitates an informal resolution process to receive training on how to conduct an investigation and grievance process including hearings, appeals, and informal resolution processes. GW provided training consistent with those requirements. Additional training may be located here.