The Title IX Office is located in the Baker Building at the corner of 21st Ave. S and Terrace Place.
Molly S. Zlock, Director of Title IX and Title IX Coordinator: As Vanderbilt's Director of Title and Title IX Coordinator, Molly is responsible for the University's response to reports of sexual misconduct and other forms of prohibited discrimination. The Title IX Office investigates complaints of sexual harassment, relationship violence, and other forms of prohibited discrimination. Molly also trains faculty, staff, and students on issues pertaining to Title IX and the Violence Against Women Act. Molly holds a B.A. from Johnson & Wales University and a J.D. from Seton Hall University. Prior to joining Vanderbilt, she worked as Director of Title IX Compliance and Prevention Programming at Belmont University, where she served as the Title IX Coordinator.
Batia Karabel, Compliance Specialist: Batia investigates a variety of complaints, including Title IX and other forms of prohibited discrimination. She received a B.A. in Religion from Vassar College and Master's degree in Organization and Leadership, Higher and Postsecondary Education from Columbia University. Before coming to Vanderbilt, Batia was the Assistant Director of Student Conduct and Title IX Investigator at Vassar College where she also worked in Residential Life.
Carla L. Brookins, Compliance Specialist: Carla investigates various student and employee complaints of sexual harassment, retaliation, and other forms of prohibited discrimination. She received a B.S. in Psychology and Criminal Justice from Tennessee State University and her M.S. degree in Psychology with a concentration in Counseling. Additionally, she received her Management certification from the University of Tennessee. Prior to joining Vanderbilt, she worked as the Director of Student Advocacy for Lipscomb University resolving issues and complaints involving the university.