Diana Cuozzo

Title IX and Civil Rights Investigator

Diana Cuozzo is a Title IX and Civil Rights Investigator at Grand River Solutions, where she leverages her extensive background in overseeing Title IX and EEO compliance programs. She is dedicated to working with students, faculty, and staff to develop and implement effective investigation, resolution, and prevention strategies for addressing sexual misconduct, discrimination, and other workplace misconduct within educational institutions.

Before joining Grand River Solutions, Diana served as the Chief Diversity Officer and Title IX Coordinator for the City College of New York. In this role, she was responsible for investigating and addressing all reported violations of the university’s EEO and Title IX policies. Diana led the institution’s diversity and compliance initiatives, crafting and executing comprehensive strategies aimed at fostering a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable learning environment. As a member of the President’s Cabinet, she advised on various employment matters and the university’s diversity and inclusion efforts. In addition to overseeing compliance in faculty recruiting and hiring, she served on an employment action screening committee ensuring equity and minimizing university risk by reviewing compensation, organizational structure, and adherence to applicable employment contracts. She also collaborated closely with Student Affairs, and Public Safety staff, as an active member of the college’s behavioral intervention team. She was a recipient of City College’s Department of Public Safety’s Appreciation Award in 2019.

Diana’s experience includes her tenure as an Assistant District Attorney in the Bronx County District Attorney’s Office. There, she managed complex criminal prosecutions from intake through disposition and served as liaison to the Family Court Division of the New York City Law Department, focusing on juvenile prosecutions involving co-defendants prosecuted as adults. This role sparked her interest in education policy, leading her to work with the New York City Teaching Fellows and the New York City Department of Education, where she taught high school mathematics.

Most recently, Diana combined her passion for education policy with her criminal justice background working for a non-profit organization that provides educational programming to adult learners inside Florida correctional facilities.

Diana holds a B.A. from George Washington University and a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School. She is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey.