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    05.11.15 Jennifer Broomfield ’02 Named Title IX Director at Florida State University
    Brooklyn Law School - Jennifer Broomfield '02

    Florida State University (FSU) has named Jennifer Broomfield `02 as its first full-time Title IX Director.

    Broomfield will coordinate and direct FSU’s efforts related to Title IX, a federal law that ensures all education programs and activities are free from discrimination on the basis of gender, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual violence, or other sexual misconduct. She will be responsible for the development, implementation, and monitoring of appropriate policies, procedures, and practices across departments to ensure compliance with federal and state laws.

    “I am excited about the opportunity to serve as the Title IX Director for Florida State University,” Broomfield said. “I look forward to working with faculty, administrators, staff, community partners, and students to lead a comprehensive program. My experience as a BLS Sparer Fellow at Brooklyn Legal Services Family Law Unit reinforced for me the importance of using my law degree for the public good. As the Title IX Director, I will use both my clinical social work and legal skills to expand this vital program.”

    Before joining FSU, Broomfield worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs as Program Manager of the National Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program. She also has served as a social worker at medical centers for veterans.

    A cum laude graduate of the Law School, Broomfield also worked as an associate at Klein Zelman Rothermel in New York, assistant attorney general in the Florida Attorney General’s Office, and for the Florida Bar.She holds a bachelor’s degree from Baruch College of the City University of New York and a master’s degree in social work from the Hunter College School of Social Work. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in public health from George Washington University.

    Read more about Broomfield here.
    Also see a related story about Stan Wilcox '88.