TITLE IX: The USC alumna — the youngest person and just the second woman ever elected to the Los Angeles City Council — helped bring the Dodgers to California, and laid the groundwork for women who followed her.
TITLE IX: Karrie Kingsley hopes to create a safe environment and serve as a role model for students who struggle with their gender identity.
TITLE IX: Since becoming an administrator, Theda Douglas has made a difference in the lives of thousands of participants in her programs.
TITLE IX: Felicia Washington, USC’s first senior vice president of human resources, brings an innovative approach to the university’s HR, equity and compliance efforts that puts people first and supports gender equity for all.
TITLE IX: The dean of the USC Kaufman School of Dance sees the impact that Title IX has had on the dance profession, but still recognizes the need to make progress.
TITLE IX: For Naddia Palacios, the assistant vice provost for student equity and inclusion in USC Student Affairs, being intentional about intersectionality is key.
TITLE IX: Janine Williams says the landmark legislation is about opening doors and leaving the door open for who will come next.
TITLE IX: Kim Thomas-Barrios’ career has been dedicated to helping students pursue a college education and achieve their dreams.
TITLE IX: Leader seeks to create environments that ensure that people of all identities feel included and valued.
TITLE IX: The USC Gould School of Law professor is the founder and faculty director of the Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy and Ethics.