Toya C. Camacho

Assistant Vice President for Institutional Diversity and Equity/Title IX Coordinator

[email protected] 413-597-3301
Hopkins Hall

 

Bio

As Assistant Vice President and Title IX Coordinator, Toya Camacho is a key partner in developing and implementing the college’s non-discrimination policies.  She also conducts investigations and resolving conflicts between various constituents on campus.  In addition, Toya facilitates conversations and conducts trainings around Title IX, sexual misconduct and other forms of discrimination.  She works with students, faculty and staff.

Toya has more than a decade of experience with development and implementation of nondiscrimination policies and as a human resources professional.  Immediately prior to joining the Williams community, Toya was the Diversity/Equity and Title IX Coordinator at Savannah State University in Savannah, GA.  During her tenure at Savannah State, she oversaw the investigation and resolution of discriminatory harassment complaints raised by faculty, staff, and students; and developed diversity and inclusion trainings around cultural competence, bias, and conflict resolution.  As a human resources professional, she consistently leveraged her facilitation and mediation skills to improve employee relations and implement best human resources practices.

Toya is a certified investigator and mediator.  She is an active member of the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE) and recently helped organize NADOHE’s Diversity and Inclusion Summit.

Education

B.S. Morris Brown College, Political Science
M.Ed. Cambridge College, Education