Jackie Moran, J.D.

Director of Compliance and Title IX Coordinator

Jackie Moran is the Director of Compliance for Student Affairs at Rutgers University—New Brunswick, and also serves as the Title IX Coordinator and ADA Coordinator for students. As the Title IX Coordinator, Ms. Moran oversees investigation of all reports of sexual violence, stalking and relationship violence involving Rutgers students, and regularly provides education and training to the university’s students, staff and faculty on these issues.

Prior to joining Rutgers in September 2013, Ms. Moran was a senior staff attorney at the New York office of the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights (OCR). While at OCR, Ms. Moran investigated complaints alleging discrimination and harassment based on sex, disability, race, color, national origin and age filed against elementary, secondary and post-secondary educational institutions located in New Jersey and New York. Ms. Moran began her career in the private legal sector, serving as board counsel and special education counsel to school districts throughout New Jersey and representing employers in various labor and employment issues. Ms. Moran received her J.D. from Boston College Law School, and her B.A. in English and Criminal Justice from The George Washington University.

Amy Miele

Assistant Director of Student Affairs Compliance and Title IX Investigator

Amy Miele is the Assistant Director of Student Affairs Compliance and Title IX Investigator at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. In her role, she serves as the lead Title IX Investigator for the campus, investigating all reports of sexual harassment, sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking involving Rutgers students. Amy also works with the Title IX Training Coordinator to provide training and education to faculty, staff, and students on the topic of Title IX.
Prior to joining the Office of Student Affairs Compliance, Amy worked as the Assistant Director of Student Conduct for Residence Life at Rutgers University-New Brunswick investigating reports of a variety of student conduct policy violations involving residential students. Amy has also worked within Student Affairs at Rowan University and Rider University. Amy received her M.A. from Rowan University and is currently a student in the Ph.D. in Higher Education program at Rutgers University-New Brunswick.

Bill Spear

Title IX Training Coordinator and Investigator

Bill Spear is the Title IX Training Coordinator and Investigator in the Office of Student Affairs Compliance & Title IX at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. As the Training Coordinator, he is responsible for training, education, and outreach on Federal and state laws and regulations and University policies related to sexual harassment, sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking. These trainings are provided for students, faculty, and staff across the campus. Mr. Spear is also responsible for investigating reports of sexual harassment, sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking involving Rutgers students.

Prior to joining the Office of Student Affairs Compliance and Title IX in September 2018, Mr. Spear worked in Residence Life at Rutgers University training and recruiting Resident Assistants. Mr. Spear has also worked in the Office of Testing and Placement at Rutgers University advising incoming students, parents, and faculty regarding Placement Testing requirements. Mr. Spear received his Ed.M in College Student Affairs and his B.A. in Psychology from Rutgers University.