In 2014, Regan Crotty became Princeton University’s inaugural Title IX administrator (the federal Title IX statute prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex under any education program or activity receiving federal funds). In this role, she manages the University’s Sex Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Policy; supports Title IX programming and training on campus; and investigates student, faculty and staff cases. From 2012-2014, Regan served as the Director of Student Life at Wilson residential College, assisting and supporting students experiencing personal difficulties, emergencies or crises, as well as working to uphold community standards of conduct; from 2011-2012, she served as the University’s first external investigator for the Office of the Vice President for Campus Life, reviewing allegations of student violations of University policy and preparing cases for disciplinary hearings, as well as conducting investigations of student, faculty, and staff Title IX grievances. From 2003 until coming to the University, she was a general litigation associate at Dechert LLP law firm, handling class action, employment, and civil rights cases, among others. Regan is a member of Princeton’s Class of 2000 and received a law degree from the University of Chicago in 2003.