Coordinated Community Response Team

The Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT) is an action team of key individuals from across Miami's campus and the greater community who commit to creating a campus culture dedicated to the prevention of and response to sexual and interpersonal violence.

To learn more about the CCRT, contact Rebecca Baudry Young at or Ashton Fullenkamp at


Adam Dralle, Associate DirectorAdam Dralle, Associate Director, Fraternity and Sorority Life

Andrew ZeislerAndrew Zeisler, Director, Miller Center for Student Disability Services

Ann JamesAnn James, Director, Office of Community Standards

Anondo BannerjeeAnondo Banerjee, Sexual and Interpersonal Violence Prevention Education and Outreach Coordinator, Office of Student Wellness

Ashton FullenkampAshton Fullenkamp, OVW Project Coordinator, Office of Student Wellness
Casey Katz
Casey Frazee Katz, Director of Butler County and Campus-based Services, Women Helping Women
Dave KinDave King, Detective Sergeant, Oxford Police Department (OPD)

Gabby DrallGabby Dralle, Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students, Office of the Dean of Students



Hannah KuetheHannah Kuethe, Support Specialist, Women Helping Women

Jane GoettschJane Goettsch, Director, Women*s Initiatives, Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion

Jennie GilbertJennie Gilbert, Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator

John WardJohn Ward, Director, Student Counseling Services


Kimberly Moore
Kimberly Moore, Associate Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students
Madesyn DeVivo
Madesyn DeVivo, Support Specialist, Women Helping Women
Molly HeidemanMolly Heidemann, Director, International Student and Scholar Services

Rebecca Baudry YounRebecca Baudry Young, Director, Office of Student Wellness

Steve Large
Steve Large, Assistant Vice President for Student Life - Health and Wellness
Susan Tobergte
Susan Tobergte, Sergeant, Miami University Police Department (MUPD)
Wesley Highley
Wesley Highley, Title IX Investigator, Office of Community Standards

This project was supported by Grant No. 2018-WA-AX-0029 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.