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The EOC’s team has two main areas of focus – (1) equal opportunity laws and compliance and (2) Title IX and related misconduct.  Expand each section for more details about our staff and contact information.

As the Interim Associate Vice Chancellor of the University’s Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office, Elizabeth Hall leads the University’s efforts to adhere to federal and state anti-discrimination laws, including but not limited to, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990

As the Interim Title IX Coordinator, Elizabeth is responsible for coordinating the University’s efforts to comply with and carry out its responsibilities under Title IX, which prohibits sex discrimination in all operations of the University, as well as retaliation. Elizabeth leads the University’s response and compliance efforts related to Title IX, coordinates resources for those affected by sexual harassment and sexual violence, organizes training and awareness efforts, and monitors the implementation of the University’s discrimination and sexual violence policy.

Elizabeth is also responsible for the University’s policies and procedures that address the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and federal and state regulations for individuals with disabilities. She facilitates the ADA accommodation process for faculty and staff and coordinates ADA training. She is also responsible for the University’s Responsible Employee designations and training. Elizabeth previously worked as an investigator with the EOC for over two years. Prior to joining the team, Elizabeth was a litigator in Raleigh, North Carolina and handled appeals in state and federal courts. Elizabeth graduated with a B.A. in Economics and Mathematics from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania and earned her J.D. from the Duke University School of Law.

Contact Elizabeth:  cehall@email.unc.edu, (919) 962-7185

As Senior EO Compliance Consultant, Camille is responsible for the proactive analysis, development, implementation, and administration of the Universities Equal Employment Opportunity Plans, EEO policies and procedures for compliance. She serves as Deputy ADA Coordinator by assisting the ADA Coordinator in ensuring compliance with federal and state laws and regulations pertaining to individuals with disabilities; facilitates ADA accommodations for faculty and staff, facilitates training and provides support, guidance and assistance regarding ADA-related policy and procedure.  She also develops and facilitates a variety of campus-wide equal opportunity- based training courses.  Camille is a graduate of UNC’s ULEAD program and has more than 20 years of experience in human resource management, equal employment opportunity and professional development in higher education, and healthcare. She has her B.S. in Human Resources from California State University, Long Beach and her M.B.A. from California State University, Dominguez Hills.

Contact Camille:   camille_brooks@unc.edu, (919) 966-1549

As the Case Management and Database Coordinator, Jess manages the electronic case management and record keeping system for the EOC Office, prepares and analyzes reports and data, and provides other case- and data-related support to EOC staff. Prior to joining the team, Jess worked with survivors of trauma at Carolina Outreach, the Orange County Rape Crisis Center, and Family Violence Rape Crisis Center of Chatham County. Most recently, she worked at Elon University as the Coordinator for Violence Response. Jess received her B.S.W. from East Carolina University and her M.S.W. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Contact Jess:  jess_clark@unc.edu, (919) 962-7195

As the Accommodations Specialist for the EOC, Kate Culhane facilitates the reasonable accommodation process for students, staff, and faculty members with a strengths-based, solution-focused approach. She manages accommodation requests for (1) employees with disabilities covered under ADA, (2) students experiencing pregnancy who are eligible for protection under Title IX, and (3) individuals who require accommodations for religious observances and/or practices, in accordance with Title VII.

Kate has experience providing intensive case management and crisis intervention services with diverse populations. She is a staunch advocate for social justice. She possesses a Master of Social Work with a direct practice concentration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate (LCSWA) and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Monmouth University.

Contact Kate: kculhane@live.unc.edu


As the Communications Specialist for EOC, Kelly provides the team with communications support, including but not limited to website work, event planning, and social media management. Kelly is also a part of the larger communications team that supports the HREOC Division. She has a B.A. in Communications from Roanoke College. Previous to working in higher education, Kelly worked as a broadcast news producer.

Contact Kelly: kelly.dubell@unc.edu, (919) 962-7189


Jeremy investigates reports of sexual assault, interpersonal violence, stalking, complicity, retaliation, and protected class discrimination and harassment. Prior to joining the University, Jeremy served as the Title IX Coordinator at the University of Denver.  He also previously served as Deputy Title IX Coordinator and Investigator at the University of Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky University. Jeremy has a B.A. in History from Eastern Kentucky University and a J.D. from Northern Kentucky University.

Contact Jeremy: jeremy.enlow@unc.edu, (919) 445-1574


Jaclyn investigates reports of sexual assault, interpersonal violence, stalking, complicity, retaliation, and protected class discrimination and harassment. Prior to joining the University, Jaclyn served as a Judge Advocate in the United States Army at Fort Bragg, NC, working primarily in National Security Law and Criminal Prosecution.  Jaclyn received her B.A. in Writing from Loyola University Maryland and her J.D. from the City University of New York School of Law.

Contact Jaclyn: jaclyn.feeney@unc.edu


As Program Specialist for EOC, Bill provides the team with logistical support, including but not limited to assistance with conducting statement reviews, taking notes during team meetings, and updating the database. He has a B.A. in English from Appalachian State University, and earned his paralegal certificate from UNC. Bill is also a published novelist, a former music reviewer for The Indy, and a playwright.

Contact Bill: floydb@email.unc.edu, (919) 962-7151

Beth investigates reports of sexual assault, interpersonal violence, stalking, complicity, retaliation, and protected class discrimination and harassment. Prior to joining the team, Beth served as the Director of Student Life and Pro Bono Opportunities at Campbell Law School, where she received the inaugural Administrator of the Year Award in 2015 from the Student Bar Association. Beth’s previous experience also includes executive management for a statewide non-profit organization, as well as public service as an Assistant County Attorney and Assistant District Attorney.  Beth received the Professional Impact Award from the Durham Crisis Response Center in 2011 and was recognized as the UNC School of Law Pro Bono Alumna of the Month in September 2014. She previously served on the Board of Directors for the N.C. Association of Women Attorneys. Beth graduated summa cum laude with a B.S.B.A. in Economics from Appalachian State University and earned her J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she received the Student Pro Bono Service Award from the NC State Bar.

Contact Beth:  froehling@unc.edu, (919) 445-1576

Rebecca Gibson serves as a Report and Response Coordinator for individuals reporting or responding to incidents of harassment and discrimination based on protected status, and interpersonal violence, sexual violence, and stalking. Rebecca can help to explore support and resources, including interim protective measures to address safety and well-being, and can help folks with making a formal report to the University and/or local law enforcement. Prior to her role at UNC-CH, Rebecca worked at Durham Crisis Response Center (DCRC) as the sexual assault services coordinator. Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Rebecca graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a B.A. in Psychology and received her Master of Social Work degree from Tulane University with a focus on Disaster Mental Health and Trauma Studies.

Contact Rebecca:  rmgibson@unc.edu, (919) 445-1578


As Office Manager for EOC, Cathy provides office staff with administrative, communication, and resource support as well as greeting and addressing the needs of persons seeking assistance from the EOC office.

Contact Cathy: cleath98@email.unc.edu, (919) 966-3576

Ew (pronounced E-W) serves as the Deputy Title IX Coordinator and a Report and Response Coordinator for individuals reporting or responding to incidents of harassment and discrimination based on protected status, and interpersonal violence, sexual violence, and stalking. Ew can help to explore support and resources, including interim protective measures to address safety and well-being, and can help folks with making a formal report to the University and/or local law enforcement. Ew has worked in violence prevention and response work for nearly 20 years. Prior to coming to UNC-Chapel Hill, Ew was the Director of the RISE violence prevention program at Warren Wilson College and was the college’s Title IX compliance co-coordinator. Ew also previously taught Peer Education and Social Justice at Hobart and William Smith College.  Ew received his M.A. from Missouri State University.

Contact Ew:  eqw@unc.edu, (919) 843-3878

Nicole investigates reports of sexual assault, interpersonal violence, stalking, complicity, retaliation, and protected class discrimination and harassment. Prior to joining the University, Nicole served as a Prevention and Education Coordinator for Sexual Assault and Dating Violence at North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC. She also previously served as a litigator in Sanford, NC, and spearheaded a pilot program established to help improve the Child Custody process for Domestic Violence victims in Wake County, North Carolina. Nicole has a B.A. in Psychology from Hampton University and a J.D. from Florida A&M University College of Law.

Contact Nicole:  nicole_wiley@unc.edu, (919) 962-2099

Kathryn serves as a Report and Response Coordinator for individuals reporting or responding to incidents of harassment and discrimination based on protected status, and interpersonal violence, sexual violence, and stalking. Kathryn can help to explore support and resources, including interim protective measures to address safety and well-being, and can help folks with making a formal report to the University and/or local law enforcement. Prior to UNC, Kathryn worked at UNCW as a victim advocate, working with individuals impacted by all forms of interpersonal violence. Kathryn has also previously provided case management services for youth and their families who were considered at-risk for adjudication in the juvenile justice system. Kathryn graduated from UNCW with a Bachelor of Social Work degree and received her Master of Social Work degree from UNC.

Contact Kathryn:  kmwinn@unc.edu, (919) 843-2993

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For media inquiries, please contact Kelly Dubell, Communications Specialist, at kelly.dubell@unc.edu or (919) 962-7189

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Not sure of who to contact?  Use the general office contact information.

Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
214 W. Cameron Ave.
Campus Box 9160
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-9160
Phone: 919-966-3576
Fax: 919-445-1580
Email:  eoc@unc.edu