1. Sage’s Title IX process protects you, as employees.
  2. It’s prompt, often completed within 60 days.
  3. Procedural protections offer the full measure of fairness (or due process) afforded by law.
  4. The Title IX process is independent, rendering an objective determination and remedies.
  5. It is confidential and investigators are very careful about safeguarding professional reputations.
  6. All Title IX administrators are comprehensively trained and certified in Title IX compliance.
  7. You can have any advisor of your choosing to accompany you throughout the process.
  8. A wide range of interim measures are available to protect you, upon request.
  9. Policy offers broad protection from retaliation, and we take it very seriously.
  10. We respect you, and you will feel that respect in how we treat you throughout the resolution process.


Acts of discrimination & harassment, including sex/gender based offenses (sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking) can be reported using the Online Reporting Form  or by contacting the Title IX Coordinator – Amanda Bastiani at [email protected][email protected], (518) 244-4809. Reports may also be made in person by scheduling an appointment with the Title IX Coordinator or by mail: Attention: Amanda Bastiani, Russell Sage College, 65 1st Street, Troy, NY 12180.

To learn more about Title IX, contact:

Title IX Coordinator and EEO Specialist