Staff

  • camille cartwright

    Camille Cartwright

    Director of Institutional Equity and Title IX Coordinator

    Camille Cartwright joined the Office of Institutional Equity in September of 2023. Her previous experience within higher education has been Housing and Residence Life, Student Conduct, EEO, behavioral intervention and assessment,  and Title IX.  Prior to arriving at KSU, Camille served as Director for Student Conduct and Title IX and served as the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) Chair at San Antonio College, in San Antonio, Texas.

    Camille acquired her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology from Argosy University. She is currently a Doctoral Candidate in the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies program at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

    • colin chadwick

      Colin Chadwick

      Associate Director and EEO/Title IX Investigator

      Colin Chadwick joined the Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) in February 2023. He brings over 18 years of experience working in higher education and is currently serving as the Associate Director of OIE and EEO/Title IX Investigator.  Prior to joining OIE, Colin worked for the Department of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity (SCAI) at KSU for 13 years and served as its Director for his last 6 years with the office. 

      Colin holds both a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering and a Master of Education in Higher Education Administration from the University of Pittsburgh.

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        Finn Ahlberg, M.S.C.J.

        Equity and Title IX Investigator

        Finn joined the Office of Institutional Equity in June of 2018 with 28 years of combined experience as a Senior Special Agent (SSA) with the U.S. Secret Service (USSS) and Police Captain / Commander of the Kennesaw State University Police Department Criminal Investigations Division (KSU PD CID). As an SSA with the USSS, some of his duties included investigating white collar financial crimes, presidential threats and was assigned to the FBI’s Atlanta Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF). As Police Captain at the KSU PD CID, he successfully investigated complex investigations and served 7 years on the KSU Behavioral Response Team (BRT) committee.   

        A native of New Orleans, Louisiana Finn earned his Master’s degree in Criminal Justice from Southwest University (LA), his Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Loyola University (New Orleans) and Associate degrees in Business Administration and Commercial Art from Delgado Community College (New Orleans). He is also a graduate of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), USSS Special Agent Training Course (SATC), Department of Defense Polygraph Institute (DODPI), and Northwestern (IL) Center for Public Safety (School of Police Staff & Command) and maintains his Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council (GA POST) certification. Finn has completed General / Civil Mediation Training with KSU's School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development.                

        • lauren frasser

          Lauren Frasser, M.S., M.Ed.

          Equity and Title IX Investigator

          Lauren Frasser brings over 13 years of experience working in higher education and is currently serving as an Equity and Title IX Investigator.  Prior to joining KSU, Lauren worked in various roles within higher education including Student Conduct, Housing and Residence Life, Academic Advising, Title IX and Equal Opportunity Programs.

          Lauren holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from Coastal Carolina University, a Master of Science in Leadership degree from Nova Southeastern University and a Master of Education in Higher Education Administration degree from the University of North Florida.

          • keith james

            Keith James, M.A.

            Equity and Title IX Investigator

            A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Keith James is a veteran higher education professional and currently serves as an Equity and Title IX Investigator.

            His areas of expertise include residence life, student activities, student conduct, behavioral intervention, and Title IX. Prior to arriving at Kennesaw State University, Mr. James served various institutions as the Chief Housing Officer, Chief Judicial Officer, Director of Student Life, Title IX Coordinator, and Director of Title IX & Equal Opportunity. 

            Mr. James has been active in multiple professional organizations and currently holds active membership with the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA) and Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA). 

            Mr. James has a passion for leadership development, staff training, and the intersection of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and higher education. 

            Mr. James is the co-author of the journal article "Devising Strategies to Address Threats to Enrollment Management Practices" which was published in November 2023. 

            Mr. Keith James holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Church Leadership with a focus on youth ministry from Newberry College (SC) and a Master of Arts in Higher Education degree from John Brown University (AR).

            • Matt Hall

              Matt Hall

              EEO/Title IX Intake Investigator

              Matt Hall joined the Office of Institutional Equity in 2022 to conduct initial interviews with students, staff, and faculty bringing concerns to the office.  He is committed to ensuring that everyone who comes in feels seen, respected, and valued.

              Before working at OIE, Matt worked in the Office of Campus Ministry at Georgetown University and in residence life at Georgia Tech and Emory University.  He has a Master of Theological Studies degree from Emory, as well as Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of Arizona.

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                McKenna Becker

                Administrative Assistant

                McKenna joined the Office of Institutional Equity in Spring 2019. With years of experience in office and administrative settings, she is very motivated to help students, faculty, and staff in her role.

                A native of Acworth, Georgia, McKenna received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of North Georgia, with concentrations in Sociology and Criminal Justice. Upon completing her degree, she also earned her interdisciplinary Certificate of Gerontology at North Georgia. 

                Training and Certifications

                ATIXA: https://atixa.org/2020-regulations-requirement-posting-of-training-materials/

                University System of Georgia: Title IX Coordinator Training Fall 2020

                University System of Georgia: Returning Title IX Investigator Training Fall 2020

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