Emory’s Hazing Prevention Task Force

The hazing prevention task force started in fall 2016 with the goal of amending policy and protocols related to hazing, updating reporting options and response, pinpointing survivor support, developing marketing and educational materials, awareness campaigns, and training opportunities.

In 2020, the task force was re-established to revisit the work of the previous task force and consider present factors that may impact our community. The diversified skilled sets and capabilities from the 12-member committee from 11 departments, has positioned the committee to create a comprehensive approach to hazing prevention.


Dr. April Flint
Recreation & Wellness


Audrey Hester
Athletics


Greg Hollinger
Residence Life


Natasha Hopkins
Student Involvement, Leadership and Transitions


Nicole Jackson
Sorority and Fraternity Life


John Lawely
Office of Compliance


Suzanne Onorato
AVP Campus Life


Neeraja Panchapakesan
Student Conduct


Michele Passonno
Office of RESPECT


Elizabeth Peeler
Health Promotion


Bridget Riordan
AVP Campus Life


Lt. Vaughn
Emory Police Department