Who We Are

Located in Driscoll Commons Suite 30, the Office of Equal Opportunity & Title IX (EOIX) is a source of trustworthy support for the entire University of Denver (DU) community. Our team members strive for an empowered DU, helping you report incidents, investigate claims and locate the information, resources and training needed to foster an environment of equal opportunity and equity for students, faculty and staff.

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Our Mission

In collaboration with University partners, EOIX fosters an environment of equal opportunity and equity for students, faculty, and staff in all aspects of educational programming and employment. We also investigate claims of discrimination based on Race, Color, National Origin, Ancestry, Age (40 and over in employment context), Religion, Creed, Disability, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Gender Expression, Marital Status, Pregnancy, Genetic Information, Veteran Status, Military Enlistment. We facilitate the University's compliance with applicable laws including Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, Affirmative Action, Equal Pay, Age Discrimination in Employment; ADA and Section 504, VEVRAA, USERRA, GINA,  as well as other applicable federal, state, and local non-discrimination laws.

Our Staff

  • Emily Babb – Associate Vice Chancellor of Equal Opportunity & Title IX Coordinator
    Emily Babb

    Associate Vice Chancellor of Equal Opportunity & Title IX Coordinator
    303-871-3142
    emily.babb@du.edu

    Emily joined DU on January 4, 2021. Emily comes to DU from the University of Virginia where she most recently served concurrently as interim associate vice president for equal opportunity and civil rights and assistant vice president for Title IX compliance/Title IX Coordinator. Previously, she served in the Cleveland U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights as acting regional director, program manager and supervisory attorney. She has also served as senior attorney in the Dallas U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights. Across her over 15-year career, Emily has shown a deep devotion to upholding civil rights and providing equal access. She has experience working in a university setting implementing and upholding sexual misconduct policies—and in doing so, helping all in the community learn and work in a safe and healthy environment. She has effectively responded to reports of discrimination, harassment and retaliation and provided training to students, faculty and staff to help prevent such instances before they occur. She has experience collaborating across departments to ensure equal access to employment and education opportunities, and she has a developed a depth of expertise on the resolution and investigative processes involved with reports of prohibited conduct.

  • Molly Hooker – Deputy Title IX Coordinator
    Molly Hooker headshot

    Deputy Title IX Coordinator
    303-871-2302
    molly.hooker@du.edu

    Molly is the Deputy Title IX Coordinator. Molly Hooker rejoined the office, on May 1,2020. Molly served as the Interim Title IX coordinator at DU from August 2018 to February 2019 and was a member of the original Title IX working group that helped shape the University's vision and strategy for Title IX compliance, including informing the broader community about the proposed Title IX regulations. She has been with the university since 2001, working in both academic and student affairs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Molly earned her bachelor's degree from University of Colorado, Boulder and her master's degree from the University of Mississippi.

  • Stuart Evans - Deputy Equal Opportunity Coordinator/Senior Investigator

    Deputy Equal Opportunity Coordinator/Senior Investigator
    303-871-7016
    Stuart.W.Evans@du.edu

    Stuart joined the Office of Equal Opportunity & Title IX in October 2021 as the Deputy Equal Opportunity Coordinator/Senior Investigator. Prior to joining the University of Denver, Stuart served as a Civil Rights Investigator at the University of Virginia where he conducted investigations related to sexual and/or gender-based harassment and violence and other student/employee misconduct. Previously, Stuart served as an Investigator at the Maine Human Rights Commission where he investigated claims of discrimination on all protected bases in housing, employment, and education. Stuart earned his bachelor's degree from Beloit College and his Juris Doctor from Chicago-Kent College of Law. Stuart has certifications from the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA) in Civil Rights Investigator Level II and Level IV and received a certification in facilitating fair and effective informal resolution processes under Title IX from NASPA. 

  • Mackenzie Kintz - Equal Opportunity & Title IX Investigator

    Equal Opportunity & Title IX Investigator
    303-871-7479
    Mackenzie.Kintz@du.edu

    Mackenzie joined the Office of Equal Opportunity & Title IX in October 2021 as an Equal Opportunity & Title IX Investigator. Prior to joining the University of Denver, Mackenzie served as an Associate Investigator and Senior Investigator at an independent investigation firm for California educational institutions including public K-12, higher education, and county offices of education. Molly earned her bachelor's degree from California State University, Fullerton.

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Investigator, Title IX Coordinator, Hearing Officer and Appeals Officer Training

Employees at the University who serve as Title IX Coordinators, Investigators, Hearing Officers, or Appeals Officers have completed one or more of the following trainings in accordance with the requirements set forth by the Department of Education:

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