SETC is resolutely committed to equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility in the life and culture of our organization. We are actively interrogating our policies and practices to deliberately take action and institutionalize anti-racist and anti-oppressive policies and practice. SETC will work to center marginalized voices, bodies, and stories. We will listen and learn about racism, discrimination, and adversity.
To support SETC’s Ethos Statement above, we provide opportunity for any constituent to report a grievance/complaint. To file a report, please complete the online form (below) giving as much information as possible. The form must be completed by the complainant for accuracy and comprehensiveness so an appropriate investigation can be launched. The form may be submitted to the SETC President and/or the SETC Executive Director. The basis of the report and possible solutions will lead the President and/or Executive Director to assign suitable investigators which may or may not include attorneys, police, etc. An appropriate investigation will ensue and a written response with remedial action that can be legally disclosed will follow as soon as practical, generally within fifteen (15) business days. SETC cannot accept anonymous reports, but complainants and information will be kept confidential to the extent the investigation and law allows.
If you have suggestions other than a grievance/complaint for SETC regarding its EDIA initiatives, please e-mail them to the SETC President, Maegan McNerney Azar, at email@example.com or the SETC Executive Director, Susie Prueter, at firstname.lastname@example.org.