Sexual Assault

The Wesleyan Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)

The Wesleyan Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) was created to provide support for survivors of sexual violence.

SART members are Wesleyan faculty and staff who are trained to provide support and assistance to any student who is survivor of sexual assault or other form of sexual violence. SART members strive to ensure that a survivor has the resources they need, while ensuring their privacy.  The supportive function of a SART member includes helping survivors by explaining options for medical care, mental health care, housing, academic concerns, and how to file a report with the University.

SART Members – Confidential Reporters*

  • Larry Antosz, Counseling Center, 860-685-2910
  • David Leipziger Teva, Chaplain, 860-685-2278
  • Sandy Frimel, Health Services, 860-685-2470
  • Emily Daponte, Health Services, 860-685-2470
  • Tracey Mehr-Muska, Chaplain, 860-685-2277
  • Jennifer D'Andrea, Counseling Center, 860-685-2910
  • Alysha B. Warren, Counseling Center, 860-685-2910
*    Protected members of the community who are not specifically trained as SART members also include all clinicians in the Davison Health Center, all therapists at the Counseling and Psychological Services Office, and all clergy members.

SART Members – Responsible Reporters

  • All class deans:
  • Marina Melendez – 2014, 860-685-2764
  • Jennifer Wood – 2015, 860-685-2774
  • David Phillips – 2016, 860-685-2765
  • Louise Brown – 2017, 860-685-2758
  • Shona Kerr, Physical Education, 860-685-2444
  • Liliana Carrasquilo, Residential Life, 860-685-2204
  • Laura Borhman, Center for the Americas, 860-685-3112
  • Jim Kubat, Career Resource Center, 860-685-3374
  • Cheryl-Ann Hagner, Graduate Student Services, 860-685-2223
  • Stacy Baldwin, Physical Plant, 860-685-3212
  • Steve Windsor, Information Technology, 860-685-3985
  • Tanya Purdy, WesWell, 860-685-2466
  • Joyce Walter, Health Services, 860-685-2656
  • Elisa Cardona, SALD, 860-685-2143
  • Maureen Isleib, Residential Life, 860-685-3166
  • Rachel Verner, SART Intern, 860-685-4673 (HOPE)
SART members will respect the privacy and confidentiality of the students with whom they work. It is in the best interest of the student to keep the number of people involved to a minimum. In instances where it is necessary to discuss the survivor’s situation with other members of the University community, the SART member will seek the student’s prior consent. The student’s name is not to be shared unless deemed necessary.