Title IX Coordinator Services, DEI
Kateeka J. Harris, Ph.D., has nearly two decades of experience in higher education at four year and two-year colleges and universities including Title IX compliance, student conduct, multicultural program administration, and undergraduate admissions. Kateeka is a nationally recognized expert in Student Conduct and Title IX Administration and has held leadership positions within the Association for Student Conduct Administration, including President.
In concurrence with her Title IX and equity work, Kateeka established and redesigned student conduct programs, authored equity and inclusion content, revised college policies and procedures, and student codes of conduct. Kateeka has conducted student conduct and civil rights investigations involving students, faculty, and staff. She has conducted trainings for the community and campus constituents including investigators, and hearing boards she has also designed equitable and inclusive curriculum and facilitated countless awareness opportunities.
Throughout her professional career she has employed restorative practices including mediation. Before transitioning into higher education, Kateeka worked in the Juvenile Justice System. It was during that time that she implemented the Court’s Victim Offender, Truancy, and Family mediation programs. Kateeka has a passion for alternative dispute resolution and has certifications in advanced mediation, and arbitration.
Kateeka received her Master of Arts in Higher Education from Slippery Rock University and anticipates receiving her Doctor of Educational Leadership from Texas Wesleyan University next year.