Confidential Staff

Confidential employees do not share information without permission from the student, faculty, or staff member seeking services from the Campus Violence Response Center and are not required to make a report to the Title IX office, Dean of Students, or UNCG Police Department.  Confidential employees are only required to share information in certain circumstances including if someone is a high risk for suicide or violence towards others or if there is information of child and/or elder abuse.

Gabriella Neyman (She, Her, Hers), Training and Outreach Coordinator

I first entered this field as the Training and Communications Specialist at the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault. But as a former UNCG alumni, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to offer support to my fellow UNCG community members. I now currently work as the Training and Outreach Coordinator for the Campus Violence Response Center. In this role, I hope to increase visibility of the different forms violence can take on campus. Have ideas or want to be involved in our events and outreach? Reach out to me! In my spare time I enjoy volunteering, camping, hiking, eating, and scuba diving with sharks.

“I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change, I am changing the things I cannot accept.” – Angela Davis

Berenice Del Rio (She, Her, Hers), Lead Victim Advocate

Hi! My name is Berenice Del Rio and I am currently the Lead Victim Advocate for the CVRC. I am from Dallas, TX, and moved to North Carolina in 2015 to pursue my undergraduate degree at Salem College. After graduating in 2019, I decided to attend UNCG for my master’s degree and graduated with my masters in Student Affairs and Administration in Higher Education (SAAHE) Program. In my downtime I like to hang out with friends, binge watch Netflix, listen to music, and spend time with my cat.

Non-Confidential Staff

The Campus Violence Response Center has two non-confidential staff members that are affiliated with the center.  However, the privacy of students, faculty, and staff seeking services from the center is a priority for both the CVRC and UNCG.  Client information is never shared with non-confidential staff members.  Non-confidential staff members do not share office space with the confidential staff in the center.  The role of non-confidential staff members in the CVRC is to assist with the needs of victims and survivors as well as the growth and development of the CVRC.

Murphie Chappell (she, her, hers), Title IX Coordinator and Director of the CVRC

I am the Title IX Coordinator for the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. I am responsible for ensuring compliance with Title IX through University policies and procedures, coordinating the investigation and response of all complaints of gender equity and sex discrimination, and developing University training and education around prohibited conduct under Title IX. Prior to joining UNCG, I was employed as the Staff Attorney at the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA). I was responsible for NCCASA’s legal program, representing victims of sexual assault in a breadth of legal areas including education, immigration, privacy, and safety, and providing training and technical assistance to all members.

Favorite Self Care Activities: Football, CrossFit.

Laura Janke (she, her, hers), Title IX Investigator

As Title IX Investigator, I am responsible for conducting formal investigations regarding allegations of sexual and gender-based harassment involving students, faculty, and staff in accordance with UNCG’s policies and procedures. I have always been passionate about people and advocacy. I worked as a Victim/Witness/Legal Assistant for the Forsyth County District Attorney’s Office for 3 years before attending Elon University School of Law in August 2014. After graduation in May 2017, I knew I wanted to find a way back to serving the needs of a community of people I loved. It is my goal to uphold the policies and procedures outlined by UNCG while providing care and a helping hand to individuals at their most vulnerable moments, as well as, facilitate just conclusions and positive experiences for all parties involved.

“Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.” – Winston Churchill

Favorite Self Care Activities: CrossFit, playing tennis, and spending quality time with loved ones.

Student Staff and Volunteers

Jailyn McLean (she, her, hers), Outreach Assistant

Hey, y’all! My name is Jailyn McLean with pronouns of she/her and I am a junior with a Political Science major while also minoring in sociology on the pre-law track. I am an out-of-state student from Connecticut and my favorite part about Greensboro is how there encompass many colleges to meet people from different backgrounds. In my free time, I love to travel to different cities surrounding the area I’m in and find new activities to do that will enlighten me about culture, history, and pertain to fun. My goal is to visit every continent in the world at least once and eventually open up a pro-bono for minorities in defense and immigration law.

“When somebody walks up to you, don’t look around, don’t look beyond them. Look them in the eye, take in the story,”- Michelle Obama

Favorite Self Care Activities: Yoga/meditation and Volunteering

This project was supported by Grant No. PROJ013008 awarded by the N.C. Governor’s Crime Commission, N.C. Department of Public Safety, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime, U.S. Department of Justice. Points of view or opinions in this document (website) are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the entities identified above.