What are Process Advocates?
Process Advocates are faculty and staff members from across campus who are trained to advocate with students, staff or faculty who seek understanding and/or a process about an instance of bias, harassment or discrimination. Advocates support individuals during and after the process of reporting an incident. Advocates will work across institutional departments to best advocate with individuals who have experienced bias, discrimination or harassment. If you are interested in learning how to become a Process Advocate or need help connecting with a Process Advocate, please contact Leigh-Anne Royster, Director of Inclusive Community Wellbeing.