Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT) Mission Statement 

The CCRT of the Cavalier Safeguard Initiative is a collaborative body of campus and community experts who provide the Walsh University community with inclusive, culturally competent and trauma-focused education, safety and prevention efforts to end sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.

CCRT Structure 

Members of the CCRT represent the diverse fields and persons involved in addressing sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking efforts at Walsh University and in the broader community, including those professionals who serve domestic minority and traditionally underrepresented populations who may be disproportionately impacted by these crimes. The CCRT is comprised of students, faculty and staff, including: 

  • The Title IX Coordinator and Deputies 
  • Chief Conduct Officer and Conduct Officers 
  • Campus Police 
  • Student Affairs Staff 
  • Human Resources Staff
  • Athletics Staff 
  • Prevention Educators 
  • Victim Service Providers 

Representatives from COMPASS Sexual Assault Education, Prevention & Support, Domestic Violence Project, Inc., and the Victim/Witness Division of the Stark County Prosecutor’s Office also serve on Walsh’s CCRT.

CCRT Membership 

CORE TEAM

The Core Team serves as an advisory committee that oversees the efforts of the CCR work groups.

Chair:

 Project Coordinator – Joy Raub

 Work Group Members:

  • Project Director/Vice President for Student Affairs  – Bryan Badar
  • Chief Conduct Officer/Chief Housing Officer/Associate Dean of Students – Tiffany Kinnard-Payton
  • Chief of Campus Police – Ron Perdue
  • Title IX Coordinator/Director, International Student Services – Kristi Campbell 
  • Director, Academic Support Services – Meredith Soduk 
  • Director, Multicultural Affairs – Carrilyn Long 
  • Executive Director, Counseling and Health Services – Francie Morrow 
  • Director of Internships/Social and Behavioral Sciences – Alyson Holland 
  • Executive Director, Domestic Violence Project, Inc. – Paula Mastroianni 
  • Director, COMPASS – Molly MacMath 
  • Director of the Victim/Witness Division of the Stark County Prosecutor’s Office – Jennifer Dave

COMPREHENSIVE PREVENTION WORK GROUP

 Chair:

 Project Coordinator – Joy Raub

 Work Group Members:

  • Executive Director, Counseling and Health Services – Francie Morrow 
  • Title IX Coordinator/Director, International Student Services – Kristi Campbell 
  • Senior Woman Administrator/Head Softball Coach – Anna Ball 
  • Student Engagement & Archival Services Librarian – Katie Hutchison 
  • Director, COMPASS – Molly MacMath
  • Development Associate, Domestic Violence Project, Inc. – Ashley Huprich

This project was supported by Grant No. 2017-WA-AX-0012 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.