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Campus Update – Title IX Director
Dear students, faculty, and staff,
Monday, Mortissa Harvey joined the Tech Family as Director of Title IX Compliance.
She comes to Louisiana Tech University from Atlanta Technical College, where she served as chair of Student Disciplinary Committee Hearings and program chair for Criminal Justice. She was Title IX decision maker for the college, while helping teach Atlanta’s next generation of law enforcement professionals. Mortissa has considerable experience as an educator and was also recognized as Instructor of the Year in 2019. Her skills in the justice system were honed through her service as a pretrial release officer and court support supervisor in Fulton County.
Mortissa brings more than two decades of experience to her service here at Louisiana Tech. During the interview process, she easily created relationships with students, faculty, and staff, and her selection for the position was unanimous. We are pleased to see Mortissa return home to Louisiana!
I look forward to seeing Mortissa’s work on campus, and I hope you join me in welcoming her as she establishes new training and processes related to Title IX here at Tech.
You can find Mortissa’s office on the 15th floor of Wyly Tower. Please take time to meet her and pledge to assist her in her new role.
I also thank my most able Administrative Assistant, Carrie Flournoy, who has handled many of the Title IX leadership responsibilities among her many other duties. She has done a remarkable job and will continue to support our Title IX program going forward.