Erika Gravett, J.D., CCEP, SPHR
Executive Director of Institutional Equity and Title IX Coordinator
Erika Gravett is the Executive Director of Institutional Equity and Title IX Coordinator.
Erika joined the office in February of 2015. Erika has over 15 years of experience
in harassment and discrimination prevention and resolution of complaints. She has
worked with students, faculty, staff, and senior administrators at Dartmouth College,
Johns Hopkins University, University of Maryland, and Fort Valley State University.
Originally from San Pedro, California, Erika has a Juris Doctor degree from the University
of Georgia, a Master of Arts in Organizational Development from Marymount University,
and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Howard University. She is a Certified
Ethics and Compliance Professional (CCEP), Senior Professional in Human Resources
(SPHR) and has Title IX Coordinator and Investigator Certifications from the Association
of Title IX Administrators.
Sarah Clegg, M.A.
Sarah Clegg joined the office in May of 2015 having previously worked as the Director
of Student Conduct at Life University. Sarah's previous work in higher education
has included roles in student conduct, alcohol and other drug education and services,
and enrollment management. She has worked at a variety of public and private institutions
including Florida International University in Miami, FL and Duquesne University in
Pittsburgh, PA. She is an active member of many Student Affairs professional organizations,
and has done national presentations on policy revision, student conduct, student development,
and the professional development of those who work in higher education.
Sarah earned a Master's in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University
of Connecticut and a Bachelor's in Music from Shorter College.
Kimberly Hahn, J.D.
Kimberly Hahn, Equity Specialist/Investigator, joined the Office of Institutional
Equity in September of 2016. Kimberly has been a licensed attorney for 14 years. She
has primarily practiced in the area of public interest law within the states of Idaho
and Georgia. She obtained her Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Idaho,
and her Bachelors in History from the University of Utah.
Originally, from Idaho Falls, Idaho, Kimberly is an avid equestrian and breeds Egyptian
Arabian horses as an avocation. Her hobbies include photography, scuba diving and
traveling. She spends her time away from KSU with her lovely daughter and their miniature
schnauzer named “Elsa.”
Stephanie joined the Office of Institutional Equity in 2016. Stephanie Hogue is a
2012 graduate from Kennesaw State University with a Bachelors in English and a minor
in Spanish and has worked at KSU since 2013. In her previous roles within the Office
of Diversity and Inclusion, Stephanie worked on a variety of initiatives including
diversity programming and training, event planning, bystander intervention education,
and sexual misconduct prevention training. Stephanie is pursuing a Masters in American
Studies with research interests in social justice movements and popular culture.
Chris Griffin, J.D., M.S.
Bio coming soon