Culture of Respect Collective

Culture of Respect Collective

Indiana University Bloomington has joined a group of 13 colleges and universities from across the United States for the seventh cohort of NASPA's Culture of Respect Collective program. The Collective is an ambitious two-year program dedicated to helping end campus sexual violence by guiding participating institutions through a rigorous process of self-assessment and targeted organizational change.

Collective participation strengthens IUB’s existing campus sexual violence prevention and response efforts, identifies gaps that may exist and develops strategies for addressing areas for improvement. The initiatives co-chairs are:

  • Jenny Kincaid, Associate Vice President of Institutional Equity & Title IX
  • Kelly Hogan, Associate Vice Provost for Student Life, Health and Wellness
  • Sally Thomas, Director, Office for Sexual Violence Prevention and Victim Advocacy

Action areas

The Culture of Respect utilizes six pillars of evidence-based, expert recommended best practices for campus sexual violence prevention and response. Following the completion of an extensive self-assessment, IUB will develop an individualized strategic action plan and goals based on the following key areas:

  • Survivor support
  • Clear policies
  • Multitiered education
  • Public disclosure
  • School-wide mobilization
  • Ongoing self-assessment


If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence, it can be overwhelming to think about what to do next. This infographic provides an overview of services for reporting, seeking assistance and support.

Culture of Respect team

A team of employees, students and community members will be working to implement the Culture of Respect work during the 2023-2024 and 2024-25 academic years.


  • Kelly Hogan – Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs, Health and Wellness  
  • Jenny Kincaid – Associate Vice President of Institutional Equity & Title IX 
  • Sally Thomas – Director, Office for Sexual Violence Prevention and Victim Advocacy 

Committee Members: 

  • Moses Baryoh – School of Public Health Graduate Student
  • Evelyn Eggers – IUSG Co-Director of Title IX / Sexual Violence Prevention
  • Margie Clouse – Forensic Nurse, IU Health Bloomington Hospital 
  • Leslie Fasone – Assistant Dean for Sorority and Fraternity Life 
  • Lindsey Goss – Assistant Director, International Student Advising, Office of International Services 
  • Terri Greenslade – Assistant Dean Undergraduate Education, College of Arts + Sciences 
  • Tamir Hussain – Associate Director, Student Health Center 
  • Lea Jones – Prevention Coordinator, Office for Sexual Violence Prevention and Victim Advocacy  
  • Sara Ivey Lucas – Director of Residential Life and Assistant Dean of Students and Parents 
  • Laura Mals – Senior Associate Director, Office of Student Conduct 
  • Stephanie M.H. Moore – Lecturer, Business Law & Ethics, Kelley School of Business 
  • Zoë Peterson – Professor, Counseling & Educational Psychology, School of Education; Director, Kinsey Institute Sexual Assault Research Initiative 
  • Sally Ronald – Associate University Director for Complaint Response and Investigations, Deputy Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Coordinator, Office of Institutional Equity 
  • Visannya Chiranjeev Saluja – IUSG Co-Director of Title IX / Sexual Violence Prevention
  • Nicole Santiuste – IUSG Co-Director of Title IX / Sexual Violence Prevention
  • Sgt. Rebecca Schmuhl – IUOD
  • Libby Spotts – Senior Associate Dean of Students, Director of Student Conduct, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
  • Mattie White – Deputy Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator 
  • Brennan Murphy – Law Fellow in the Office of the Vice President & General Counsel
  • Cara Reader – Director of Compliance, Training, and ADA