Title IX Office Staff
Georgia Hensley graduated from the University of Louisville, first with a Bachelors Degree in Philosophy and later, with a Juris Doctorate. After working in a large corporate law firm, Georgia formed her own firm focused on Civil Rights, Title IX and the defense and representation of marginalized groups. Prior to her work in law, Georgia worked to develop a nonprofit program that developed Title IX trainings and sexual assault prevention programs for undergraduate students. Her work with this program led her to serve as a Title IX consultant, student advisor, and independent decision maker. In sum, Georgia represented more than three-hundred individuals in Title IX or Domestic Violence cases–with unique experiences on both sides of the aisle.
Her goal is to utilize her experience to develop a distinctive, student-focused approach to sexual misconduct here at Butler. She hopes to increase student familiarity with the process and develop strategic initiatives that will encourage reporting, promote student safety, and bodily autonomy. Georgia seeks to involve students in outreach, education, and policy efforts.
In her free time, Georgia enjoys traveling, podcasts, and spending time with her four children. Georgia is a proud queer woman with she/her/hers pronouns.
An Indianapolis native, Stutz serves as the Assistant Dean of Students and Title IX Investigator at Butler. As Assistant Dean of Students, Stutz is the student affairs liaison for commuter students, serves on the university’s Assessment and Care Team, and adjudicates low-level student conduct hearings. In his Title IX capacity, Stutz investigates cases of sexual misconduct involving students, staff, and faculty. In addition, Stutz is the volunteer assistant coach of the Butler Men’s Tennis team.
Prior to his role as Assistant Dean, Stutz worked as a civil rights investigator at the Iowa Civil Rights Commission. Stutz graduated from Ball State University in 2017, where he also was a member of the Ball State Men’s Tennis team. Stutz graduated from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in 2020, and is a member of the Indiana Bar.
In his free time, Stutz enjoys playing tennis and soccer, gaming, and spending time with his family, friends, and pets.