email@example.comDepartment Title IX and ADA/Section 504 Coordinator
Sonia Jurado is the Associate Vice President for Equity, Access and Equal Opportunity for Emerson College since May, 2022. In that role, Sonia serves as the Title IX and ADA/504 Coordinator for the College. Sonia has worked in higher education for over 10 years and has extensive experience conducting investigations as well as expertise in writing policies in the area of employment and civil rights laws, including Title IX, Title VII, Title IV, ADA, Rehabilitation Act Section 504 and other state and federal laws relating to discrimination, harassment, and sexual violence. Sonia also has considerable experience in designing and delivering comprehensive training on these issues for faculty, staff, and students.
Prior to coming to Emerson, Sonia served as the inaugural Director of the Office of Equal Opportunity at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, where she built a program to address issues of discrimination, harassment, and sexual violence for faculty, staff, and students. Prior to her time at Brandeis, Sonia served in similar capacities and built similar programs at Wellesley College, Mount Ida College, and Tufts University. Before moving into higher education, Sonia was a practicing employment attorney, working in-house and in private practice.
Sonia completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign and received her law degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law. Sonia is originally from Chicago but has lived in the Boston area for over 10 years.
Amy Condon is the Deputy Title IX Coordinator / Investigator for the Office of Equal Opportunity since July, 2022. Amy has over 20 years of experience supervising and investigating discrimination and harassment matters. Amy has been working with higher education institutions for the past five years managing and investigating discrimination, harassment and sexual violence matters. Amy has also conducted countless trainings for faculty, staff and students related to these issues.
Prior to joining Emerson, Amy was a Deputy Title IX Coordinator and OEO Investigator at Brandeis University. Prior to her time at Brandeis, Amy was a practicing attorney, both in private practice and as the general counsel to the Boston Police Department, where her role included reviewing all internal administrative investigations, and overseeing employee disciplinary matters.
Amy completed her undergraduate degree at Boston College and received her law degree from Roger Williams University School of Law.