Profile: Jaray Mazique
Jaray Mazique is an Assistant Dean of Students and doctoral student at Georgia State University. She has worked in higher education for 20 years in various capacities. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Master of Education in Post-Secondary Education. Dean Mazique has investigated sexual misconduct incidents involving students, but currently focuses on sexual misconduct preventive education, data analysis for student conduct, and restorative practices. She has received a myriad of sexual misconduct investigator training through ATIXA, NACUA, Peter Lake Institute, Academic Impressions, American Association for Access Equity and Diversity, Donald Gehring Academy, and International Institute for Restorative Practices. Dean Mazique has chaired the Sexual Harassment (Assault) Prevention and Intervention Group, chaired the Title IX subcommittee for the Georgia State University Diversity and Inclusion Consolidation Working Group, she is a current member of Regents Advisory Committee for Dean of Students (RAC-DOS) and Administrator-Researcher Campus Climate Collaborative (ARC3). She advises the Student Judicial Board; judicial branch of the Student Government Association and is currently developing the Creating Effective Citizens Signature Experience for the Dean of Students Office.