Geoffrey P. Gabriel

Geoffrey P. Gabriel joined the Office of Diversity and Inclusion in 2007.

Mr. Gabriel holds a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s degree in education from the State University of New York at Geneseo. In addition, Mr. Gabriel holds several certifications in Equal Employment Opportunity and non-discrimination law through organizations such as the American Association for Affirmative Action and Cornell's Institute of Labor Relations.

Mr. Gabriel plays an instrumental role in maintaining the University's compliance with applicable local, state and federal equal opportunity and non-discrimination laws, including the development and execution of the University's affirmative action programs. Mr. Gabriel investigates allegations of unlawful discrimination, including sexual harassment and sexual assault. Mr. Gabriel also provides leadership for various training and education programs.

Memberships and Service:

- Liaison to the President’s Council on Diversity
- Chair of the Steering Committee on Sexual Harassment
- Program coordinator, Sexual Harassment, Awareness, Responsibility and Prevention (SHARP) 
- Member: President's Council on the Prevention of Sexual Assault
- Member: University Police Advisory Committee
- Member: Multicultural Coordinator Group
- Member: Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)
- Member: Digital Access Committee
- Member: African American Heritage Project 
- Guest Lecturer 

Professional Development:

- National Conference on Race in Education (NCORE), 2012, New York, New York
- Title IX Coordinator and Administrator Training and Certification Course, Association of Title IX Coordinators (ATIXA), 2011, Philadelphia, PA 
- Affirmative Action Practitioner’s Toolbox Annual Conference, 2007-2011, 2013, Albany, NY 
- Courses on EEO Law and Conducting Investigations – Cornell’s Institute of Labor Relations (ILR), 2009, New York, NY 
- Certified Affirmative Action Professional (CAAP)– American Association for Affirmative Action (AAAA) – 2008, Chicago, IL

The World Within Reach

Students participate in more than 200 student clubs and honor societies, and enjoy a busy calendar of campus events.