Catherine Glaze, BA '80 JD '85 - Title IX Coordinator
In October 2015, Cathy Glaze joined the Title IX Office as Interim Coordinator and in February 2016 was appointed Stanford's Title IX Coordinator. Cathy previously served as Associate Dean for Student Affairs in the Stanford Law School. Her primary role within the Title IX Office is to oversee the investigation and resolution of all student-related matters involving sexual assault, sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, stalking and relationship violence. Since 2000 Cathy has been a member of the Stanford staff, bringing with her a wealth of experience not only as a Stanford student, but also as a practicing attorney and former law school administrator and instructor.
Kristen Kreple - Title IX Investigator
In August 2015, Kristen joined Stanford as a Title IX Investigator. Her primary duties include investigating and resolving student-related matters involving sexual assault, sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, stalking and relationship violence. She also assists with training faculty, staff and students about their rights and responsibilities under Title IX. Kristen is an attorney who previously worked for the Department of Education and the United States Senate Judiciary Committee in Washington D.C. before relocating to the Bay area. She has experience in Title IX, Title IV, Section 504, and the Violence Against Women Act.
Miranda Tuttle - Title IX Outreach and Student Resources Manager
In August 2014, Miranda joined the Title IX Office as its Administrative Officer and in March 2017 transitioned to her current role as Outreach and Student Resources Manager. Her primary focus is supporting all Stanford students as they consider their resources and options, providing training to the community, and managing Title IX cases while ensuring compliance with Title IX policy in all student-related matters involving sexual assault, sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, stalking, relationship violence, and gender discrimination. Miranda is a 10+ year employee of Stanford, who previously worked in Undergraduate Advising and Research and the President’s Office.