Are you prepared to protect your institution and non-student minors who come to your campus?
Learn important procedures you can implement to minimize risks for non-student minors on your campus. You will hear from three professionals who coordinate risk management and youth program compliance for minors at their institutions. No matter what department you are a part of, our panel will be able to apply their expertise to your unique context. We will discuss:
This online training highlights real-life situations to help you better understand how the content can be applied to your everyday work. Using case study scenarios, you will receive practical dos and don’ts to help you manage risks for minors on campus.
This online training is appropriate for higher education professionals responsible for overseeing, developing, or facilitating programs for non-student minors on campus, including representatives from:
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to implement procedures to minimize risks for non-student minors on your campus.
Omar Andujar is a certified compliance and ethics professional (CCEP) with over a decade of experience in developing and leading institutional initiatives and compliance efforts within the higher education and non-profit sectors. In his current role, he is chiefly responsible for the overall operation of enterprise-wide Protection of Minors efforts at the University of Connecticut. Prior to this, Omar worked at the University of Florida where he directed the implementation and day-to-day operation of enterprise-wide Protection of Minors efforts for programs serving nearly 250,000 minors.
Mr. Andujar has frequently presented and published articles on developing and managing Protection of Minors efforts within Institutions of Higher Education. He has experience in creating and delivering onsite and virtual training for groups across diverse industries, and has designed online registration systems aimed at centrally tracking programs, analyzing performance trends, and validating compliance. Throughout his career, he has carried out extensive compliance monitoring activities for programs sponsored by various regulatory agencies and bodies, including youth-related programs in Institution of Higher Education, Early Childhood Education centers, and Therapeutic Foster Care programs.
Mr. Andujar is a founding member of the Youth Protection Network for Higher Education and serves on the Board of Directors for Mental Health Connecticut. He is also a member of the American Camp Association, Institute of Internal Auditors, and Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics. Omar holds a B.B.A. in Supervisory Management, and a M.B.A. in Corporate Innovations.
Dawn has held this position since joining Vanderbilt University in June 2013 with the creation of the position. Her role includes oversight and administration of the Protection of Minors Policy and its compliance applications to all University and third party programs interacting with minors. In addition, her office supports programs by providing resources for training and education, advising on and disseminating best practices, and coordinating the response involving perceived, potential, and actual occurrence risks to minors.
She has 15 years of prior experience in roles related to program management, policy, education, and grant administration. She earned her M.S. degree in Criminal Justice at Virginia Commonwealth University, while working at a runaway and placement shelter for at-risk adolescents and holds a B.S. degree in Criminal Justice from Texas Christian University.
Ms. Riddle is a member of the University Risk Management and Insurance Association (URMIA), the Youth Protection Network in Higher Education, the American Camp Association, the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police, and the Nashville Child Protection Coalition. Dawn has served on the Board of Directors for the Davis House Child Advocacy Center for seven years. Ms. Riddle’s recent related presentations include internal training to research groups, residential education staff, students, and seasonal camp employees. Ms. Riddle has co-facilitated webinars for United Educators Insurance and Academic Impressions, and was a co-author for the recent publication in the ACA Camping Magazine titled “Camps on Campus: Safeguarding Youth Programming in Higher Education Settings.”
Sandy Weaver’s responsibilities include validating and maintaining a comprehensive inventory of all youth activities occurring on Penn State campuses as well as university-sponsored activities off-campus. She also is responsible for ensuring that youth programs and their participants comply with university policies and procedures, particularly those related to the safety and security of non-student minors.
Sandy’s previous experiences in education and training, children’s services, and compliance bring a unique and significant skill set to this position. Her work in the guardian ad litem program involved the oversight of a group of trained, independent advocates who promoted the best interests of abused, neglected, and dependent children within a state court system. Experiences in compliance, in children’s mental health services at a statewide level and the continuing medical education system at a national level, included oversight of the development and monitoring of policies and procedures.
Additional responsibilities have included working with large corporations and educational institutions in the development and implementation of processes to meet requirements of corporate integrity agreements. When combined, these experiences have created a strong foundation for a long-term commitment to the safety and well-being of children.
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