Getting Your Voice on the Record: A Guide to Commenting on the 2022 Draft Title IX Regulations

Getting Your Voice on the Record: A Guide to Commenting on the 2022 Draft Title IX Regulations

Just two years after issuing regulations to implement certain aspects of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Department of Education has released new draft regulations. The Notice and Comment period opens soon. Do you have feedback on the strengths and weaknesses of the proposed rules? Our facilitators can assist you in crafting your comments.

In this session, our facilitators will review the comment writing process and help attendees to put their best foot forward in flagging concerns and contributing valuable feedback.

Reminder: Continue to follow your current policies and procedures that are compliant with the 2020 Final Rule until the effective date of the new 2022 Title IX Regulations.


  • The technical nuts and bolts of the commenting process
  • National Association comments versus institution and individual comments
  • Who to bring to the table in developing your comments
  • Organization and approach
  • An approach to writing
  • Communicating your comments to students and the campus community

Details of the Webinar Session

Cost: FREE

Date & Time: Tuesday, July 12 11:30AM PST/2:30PM EST

This Session is Ideal for:

  • Title IX Coordinators and Staff
  • Student Affairs Leadership and Staff
  • Government Relations Leadership and Staff
  • Communications Leadership and Staff



Title IX subject-matter experts Andrea Stagg and Kelly Gallagher will facilitate this session. 

Joseph Storch

Joseph Storch is the Senior Director of Compliance and Innovation Solutions for Grand River Solutions where he concentrates on developing new solutions for safety and equity challenges. He previously served as Associate Counsel at SUNY where, in addition to his legal work, he raised more than $20 million in external funding for legal and compliance innovations. Joe twice served as an expert witness before the United States Senate, drafted bipartisan federal and state campus safety legislation, received the NACUA First Decade and City & State 40 Under 40 awards, and is the author of more than 75 articles and book chapters, most centering around campus safety and copyright law.

Andrea Stagg

Andrea Stagg is the Director of Consulting Services at Grand River Solutions where she oversees Title IX and equity support, audits and compliance reviews, athletics consulting, accessibility and disability compliance, DEI initiatives, and Clery Act compliance solutions. Andrea has extensive experience in higher education in-house legal settings at public and private colleges and universities. She has published legal and compliance writing about sexual and interpersonal violence prevention and response, the Clery Act, NCAA compliance, and program integrity. She is a nationally sought-after presenter and has advised federal and state legislators on best practices in campus safety and sexual harassment prevention. Andrea is a recipient of the Commissioner’s Award from the State University Police as well as the First Decade Award from the National Association of College and University Attorneys.

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