Daniel C. Swinton, J.D., Ed.D.

Partner, TNG and Vice President, ATIXA

Professional Organizations

Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA), Board Member and President in (2011-2012)

Education

Bachelor’s Degree, Brigham Young University

J.D., The J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University

Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership and Policy, Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College

Admissions to Practice

State of Tennessee

Daniel C. Swinton, J.D., Ed.D.

Partner, TNG and Vice President, ATIXA

“If you treat a person as they are, they will remain as they are. But if you treat them as what they could be, what they ought to be and should be, they will become what they ought to be and could be.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Daniel Swinton is a Partner in TNG, LLC. Daniel consults frequently with colleges, universities and K-12 on issues of Title IX, the Violence Against Women Act and sexual violence, alcohol and other drugs, behavioral intervention, bystander intervention, student conduct policies and procedures, hearing board training, mediation and legal issues in education. Daniel often serves institutions as an external investigation support provider for issues of sexual misconduct and other complex student conduct matters as well as employment concerns, retaliation and harassment. He also serves as an expert witness in cases of sexual assault, Title IX, negligence, academic integrity and civil rights. He has authored a number of peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on topics ranging from student conduct to civil rights investigations. Daniel is also a frequent presenter and invited speaker at national and regional conferences.

Prior to his work with TNG, he served as Assistant Dean and Director of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity at Vanderbilt University.

Daniel serves as Vice President of ATIXA (The Association for Title IX Administrators) and on the Advisory Board of NABITA (National Association for Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment). He has also served on the Board for the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA), having served as its President in 2011-2012.

He has also been interviewed and/or featured by The Chronicle of Higher Education, The New York Times, USA Today, Inside Higher Ed, Student Affairs Today, and the Washington Post, as well as other publications and sources.