Jordan Draper has focused her Student Affairs experience within the Student Conduct and Title IX fields. Jordan has worked in Student Conduct at University of Maryland and Rutgers University and has most recently transitioned to a focus on Title IX serving as the Title IX Coordinator at The College of New Jersey. Jordan is currently an Ed.D candidate at Rutgers University and will finish her dissertation during the Fall 2016 semester. Her dissertation explores an online sexual violence program and evaluates whether students participating had an increase of knowledge regarding sexual violence, changed attitudes around rape myths, and felt more comfortable reporting incidents to University staff members after partaking in the program. Jordan earned a Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration from the University of Maryland in 2012 and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Radford University in 2010.
Dr. Anne Newman is the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. Anne completed her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Adelphi University, her master’s degree in higher education administration at The Florida State University and her Ph.D. in higher education administration from Illinois State University.
Anne has student affairs experience in residence life, student conduct, and student affairs administration. She has worked at Middle Tennessee State University, Illinois State University, and Rutgers University. Anne has assisted in the development of two student conduct codes and a sexual violence policy. Anne is a frequent presenter at regional and national conferences on student conduct, sexual violence, and dispute resolution topics. Anne also serves as an educational consultant to colleges and universities on conduct related topics.
Anne is married and has a daughter. She and her family reside in Hamilton, New Jersey so she can be close to family and root for Philadelphia sports teams.