Jeremy Inabinet, M.Ed.
Jeremy is an award winning facilitator and has worked with numerous colleges and universities to address issues of violence against women on their campuses. He has been in higher education for over 13 years occupying several administrative roles at a variety of institutions, including his current role as Associate Dean of Students in the University for Disciplinary Affairs at the University of Chicago. Additionally, he has served as adjunct faculty at several institutions teaching public speaking and critical thinking to undergraduate students.
His background in communications and student affairs give him a unique perspective on issues affecting institutions of higher education. He routinely works with individuals and institutions on issues of Title IX compliance, risk management, student conduct, fraternity and sorority life, and institutional policy and procedure development. His experiences have taught him how to effectively interact, collaborate, and partner with a wide range of individuals, including students, faculty, staff, upper-level administrators, alumni, parents/guardians, community members, business leaders, and neighbors.
His areas of expertise include investigations, panel member education, student conduct, resolution system design, and the intersection of policy and procedure as it relates to issues of violence against women.
Jeremy’s main full-time responsibility is to conduct investigations for alleged student misconduct as it relates to gender-based misconduct, harassment, and discrimination.
Jeremy is a trained mediator and a facilitator of the Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP). He serves as a volunteer for a national fraternity where he works with students on issues of risk management, alcohol, hazing, leadership, and member education. He is an active member of and past board of directors member for the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA). He serves as a technical assistance provider through the Mississippi Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MSCASA) for campuses receiving grants through the Office on Violence Against Women and the Department of Justice.