Kim Pacelli is an Associate with TNG who is quite familiar with the day-to-day challenges facing colleges, universities, and schools. She provides practical advice that empowers institutions to confidently manage high-risk issues on their campuses. Her practice includes:
- -policy and procedure development and consultation;
- -program review, assessment, and compliance consultations; and
- -tailored on-site training programs, among others.
She regularly trains and advises on Title IX policy and procedures, Clery Act reporting and compliance, student mental health interventions and policies, FERPA and student privacy issues, free speech issues for both public and private institutions, and student conduct issues, among others. She has also served as an invited speaker at regional and national conferences.
Kim’s solution-oriented approach to her work stems from her extensive experience as a student affairs practitioner. Kim served as Senior Associate Dean of Student Affairs at Bowdoin College, where she provided leadership, operational, budget, and personnel oversight to many central offices of the college, including the Dean’s office, Health Services, Counseling Services, Residential Life, and other student support offices.
Kim also previously served as Associate Dean of Student Life at Harvard, providing key leadership for the Harvard residential life and student life system, and as Director of Residential Life at Bowdoin. Prior to joining TNG, Kim served as an Attorney and Consultant for the private law firm Drummond Woodsum in Portland, Maine, exclusively serving colleges, universities, and schools.
Kim earned her law degree from the University of Maine School of Law, her Master’s in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and her undergraduate degree from Bowdoin College.
If you’d like to speak with Kim directly, please email Kim.Pacelli@tngconsulting.com.