Meet the Title IX Team

Our team works to create a safe, welcoming, and inclusive environment for all individuals who seek services through our office. We understand that your GVSU experience may be impacted, and we’re able to provide assistance through supportive measures, or campus modifications, designed to protect your safety and preserve or restore your ability to participate in GVSU’s programs and activities. 

Some individuals prefer a supportive response only, others choose to request a university investigation, and some choose both. We’re here to help inform your decision and which path feels right for you.

We invite you to an informational meeting with a member of our team to discuss your options and how we may be able to assist. Neither reporting to our office nor discussing with a member of our team obligates a course of action. The choice to file a formal complaint with GVSU is yours to make. 

You may also choose to make a report with the Grand Valley Police Department, and we can assist in making a connection.

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Kevin Carmody

Kevin Carmody, Director & Title IX Coordinator

Kevin Carmody began serving as the university's Director of the Office of Institutional Equity and Title IX Coordinator on January 4, 2022. Kevin is incredibly passionate about working to eliminate gender-based violence and discrimination from the community. Prior to joining Grand Valley, he served as Civil Rights & Title IX Coordinator; Equity/AA Coordinator at Alma College and the Title IX Coordinator/Associate Dean of Student Life for Ferris State University. He also has worked at Youngstown State University, Endicott College and was the Mitchell Hall director at Alma College from 2008-2011. Kevin earned bachelor's and master's degrees from Central Michigan University, and will defend this summer his doctoral dissertation — a phenomenological study of the experiences of sexual assault survivors who participated in a Title IX investigation — from the same institution.

You can reach Kevin by phone at (616) 331-9530 or by email at [email protected].

MJ Cruetz


MJ Creutz began serving as the Assistant Director for Title IX and Institutional Equity on May 18th, 2022. MJ’s connection to Title IX work began in the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution during her graduate work at Loyola University Chicago 2016-2018. After earning her Masters of Education in Higher Education and Student Affairs at Loyola, she served as a Living Center Director at GVSU from 2018-2022. As an alum of GVSU, she deeply values her relationships with colleagues across campus and appreciates the opportunity to connect her care for students, staff, and faculty to her everyday work in Title IX.

You can reach MJ by phone at (616) 331-9530 or by email at [email protected].


Stacy Piasecki


Stacy Piasecki began serving as the Lead Civil Rights Investigator and Deputy Title IX Coordinator on May 16th, 2022. Stacy spent the previous two decades in Child Welfare as a Children’s Protective Services Investigator and Supervisor. She brings a wealth of investigative experience with her to Grand Valley. Stacy previously served on the Drug Exposed Infant Committee, was part of the Safe Sleep Coalition and was the liaison for parents with substance use disorders.   She is committed to conducting thorough, fact finding, unbiased investigations. Stacy played collegiate basketball at Grand Valley State University and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.

You can reach Stacy by phone at (616) 331-9530 or by email at [email protected].

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