Title IX Coordinator & Staff
Need Someone to talk to?
You are not alone. Our office is your safe, supportive, judgment-free space to tell your story and get the help and support you need, when you need it the most.
Butterfly Blaise Boire, Title IX Coordinator
It can be intimidating to tell your story and share your experiences with an individual that you do not know. I want to communicate to those wishing to tell their story or seek support, that the Title IX office is a safe, autonomous, and non-judgmental environment.
Regardless of your experience or choices, you will be respected, treated equitably, and provided resources and support. As the Title IX coordinator, I consider the opportunity to sit with others and get a glimpse into their lives, a privilege.
My work both on-campus and off-campus has been focused on education, prevention, and solution to the issues of violence that we face as a community. I am entering my 8th year of being a member of SUNY Plattsburgh community and when I am not here on campus serving in my role as Title IX coordinator or teaching in the GWS department, I am home in the country with my six children.
A little bit about me: A graduate of SUNY Plattsburgh, I earned a bachelor’s degree in communications and a master’s degree in mental health counseling. As a local to the area, I have had the opportunity to work in different settings and with different populations in the community.
I am the Title IX and Non-Discrimination Investigator for SUNY Plattsburgh. I have lived in and around Plattsburgh for most of my life.
I graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh in 2014 with a B.A. in sociology and minors in legal studies and English. Since then I have worked in addressing sexual and domestic violence issues in different ways.
I really enjoy getting to know new people and hearing about their different perspectives and experiences. I hope that the work I do has a positive impact on the campus and the community.
When I am not working I can probably be found at home or out and about with my family and my dog, enjoying what each new day brings.
Hey everyone! I'm Zyaijah Nadler, Title IX violence prevention education and outreach coordinator (long title haha, I know). Originally, from Rockland County, N.Y., the “not upstate, but we call it upstate area.”
I decided to return to Plattsburgh because although I did a lot during my three years, there was still a change that needed to be made. As one of the few black women in a professional role at Plattsburgh, I understand how critical having an intersectional lens is. This lens allows me to actively listen to the experiences of others, and work to create action plans. I want to accomplish more than just conversations.