The Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) is comprised of several teams.  Collectively, these teams are responsible for realizing EDI’s mission to build equity for all.

Vice Chancellor's Team

EDI is led by Vice Chancellor Jerry Kang.

DP: Discrimination Prevention

The Discrimination Prevention office investigates claims made by any member of the community (e.g., students, staff, and faculty) that a faculty member discriminated against them. In certain cases, the DP office investigates discrimination claims against entities and individuals who are not faculty. The DP office also writes policy and holds trainings on decreasing bias and preventing discrimination.

T9: Title IX

The Title IX office is responsible for UCLA’s compliance with Title IX, including the policies and procedures to prevent and respond to gender discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual violence. The Title IX Office investigates all such claims filed against any member of the campus community.

BX: BruinX

BruinX is the Research & Development arm of EDI.  BruinX is an internal, multi-disciplinary think tank, dedicated to translating the best evidence and theory into practical, on the ground solutions that promote equal learning and working environments for all at UCLA.

EAs: Equity Advisors

Distributed throughout the University, Equity Advisors leverage their direct experience with local culture and climate to advise their deans in terms of strategy, policy, training, climate, and accountability. Although Equity Advisors report directly to their deans, they also work closely with and provide invaluable advice to the Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Equity Advisors constitute an essential advisory council for EDI.

SAB: Student Advisory Board

The Student Advisory Board is a group of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students who leverage their unique perspectives to successfully tackle issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion. SAB members are not representatives of particular student organizations or constituencies; rather, they represent and reflect the entire UCLA student body. The inaugural board for the 2016-2017 year is a dynamic group of students committed to fostering community and building equity for all of UCLA’s students.