About Title IX Staff

Asha Reynolds

Asha Reynolds

 

 

Title:  Interim Director & Title IX Coordinator

Phone:  202-994-7434

Email:  [email protected]

Office:  Building YY, 812 20th Street NW

 

 

 

Asha Reynolds is the Interim Director and Title IX Coordinator for the university.  Prior to assuming this role, she conducted investigations as a Title IX Investigator into formal complaints filed against GW faculty, staff, and students. 

Before working at GW, Ms. Reynolds worked as the Assistant Director of Equity Compliance & Title IX Coordinator at Bowie State University.  In addition, she served as the Managing Attorney for the Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault’s (MCASA) Sexual Assault Legal Institute (SALI).  Prior to MCASA, she served 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. Ms. Reynolds received her undergraduate degree from American University and her J.D. from the New York University School of Law.

Christina Franzino

Christina

 

 

Title:  Assistant Director for Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (Response Coordinator)

Phone:  202-994-4390

Email:  [email protected]

Office:  Building YY, 812 20th Street NW

 

 

Christina Franzino conducts consultations with students, faculty and staff to discuss reporting options, provide university support measures and connect people with internal and external resources.

Christina was previously a fellow at It's On Us, anational sexual assault prevention organization, where she managed the Campus Innovation Program. As an undergraduate at Kenyon College, she served as co-director of the school’s confidential student advocacy organization, where she assisted individuals navigating the campus adjudication process.

Kiera Bloore

Kiera

 

 

Title:  Title IX Investigator

Phone:  202-994-7434

Email:  [email protected]

Office:  Building YY, 812 20th Street NW

 

 

Kiera Bloore conducts investigations into formal complaints filed against GW faculty, staff, and students. 

Prior to coming to GW, Ms. Bloore 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 hearings.  Ms. Bloore received her undergraduate degree from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. 

 

Camille Meekins 

Camille Meekins Headshot

 

 

 

Title: Title IX Case Manager & Hearing Administrator 

Phone: 202-994-7434

Email: [email protected] 

Office: Building YY, 812 20th Street NW 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Camille Meekins is the Title IX Case Manager and Hearing Administrator. In this role, she conducts consultations with students, faculty and staff to discuss reporting options, university supportive measures, and connects community members with internal and external resources. Additionally, she conducts case management for the Title IX office and oversees the administration of the Title IX hearing process.

Prior to this role, Ms. Meekins served as a Graduate Assistant in the university’s Office for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement (ODECE) where she worked on diversity programming and initiatives for the university. Throughout her prior five-year career as both an undergraduate and as a graduate student with ODECE, she has worked closely with members of the Title IX Office to provide support and resources to the GW community.  Additionally, while working for ODECE, she facilitated the Title IX Office's first virtual hearing. Ms. Meekins received her undergraduate degree from GW’s Columbian College of Arts and Sciences and a graduate degree from the university’s Graduate School of Political Management.

 

 

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.