Title IX Process Advisors

CSUDH EO 1096/1097 Process Support Advisor Program

The CSUDH EO 1096/1097 Process Support Advisor Program is a voluntary, optional resource for students and employees. Support Advisors have received training about the processes contained in CSU EO 1096 and 1097 and can provide students with information and assistance with resources, reporting an incident, or going through an investigation.

Trained CSUD EO 1096/1097 Support Advisors:

  • May accompany Complainants/Respondents to any meeting or interview regarding an EO 1096/1097 complaint;
  • May assist Complainants/Respondents with accessing appropriate supportive measures when requested;
  • May observe and consult with Complainants/Respondents and take appropriate action to ensure that an EO 1096/1097 investigation does not violate applicable laws, policies, or collective bargaining agreements;
  • May be sent a copy of evidence and a subsequent Final Investigation Report unless the Complainant/Respondent notifies the Investigator or Title IX Officer in writing that they do not wish this information to be sent to their Support Advisor; 
  • May not answer questions regarding the subject matter of an EO 1096/1097 investigation;
  • May not speak on a Complainant/Respondent's behalf during EO 1096/1097 meetings, interviews, or hearings; and
  • May not give a Complainant/Respondent legal advice. 

You may request to speak with a Support Advisor directly or the Title IX Office can assist you with finding a Support Advisor.


2019-2020 Trained CSUDH EO 1096/1097 Process Support Advisors:

Adam Kasarda
Director, Student disAbility Resource Center

Daryl Evans
Advisor, College of Business and Public Policy

Lynda Wilson
Associate Dean, College of Extended and International Education

Nicole Rodriguez
Director, Career Center

Shaun Milton
Workers' Compensation/ADA Manager

Tim Caron
Interim Dean, College of Arts and Humanities

Tony Little
Director, Male Success Alliance

If you do not hear back from a Support Advisor that you have contacted directly, please inform the Title IX Office at (310) 243-1025 and we will assist you with finding a Support Advisor. 


Complainants/Respondents do not have to utilize the Support Advisor Program. Support Advisors may be anyone, including a union representative from the Complainant's or Respondent's collective bargaining unit, an attorney, or a Sexual Assault Victim's Advocate, provided that the Support Advisor is not a person with information relevant to the allegations who may need to be interviewed by the Investigator during the investigation.

Trained CSUDH EO 1096/1097 Support Advisors are mandatory reporters and responsible employees under EO 1096 and 1097, meaning that they do not have legal privilege and as an employee of the CSU and information that is provided about possible policy violations may need to be disclosed to the Title IX Office. CSUDH Student Psychological Services counselors, who may be contacted at (310) 243-3818, are a confidential resource who are not required to report any information except in very limited circumstances involving child abuse and/or cases involving threats of immediate or imminent harm to self or others where disclosure of the information is necessary to prevent the threatened danger, or if compelled by a court order.

Interested in becoming a Support Advisor? Please email the Title IX Officer to inquire about the next training.