Erin Agidius, J.D.
Areas of Expertise
Threat Assessment & Management
Policy and Program Development
J.D., University of Idaho
B.A., Criminal Justice, University of Idaho
Admissions to Practice
State of Idaho
Agidius, E. “Are We There Yet?”. LCSC Women’s Leaderhsip Conference, March 4, 2022. Keynote.
Salsbury, L.; Agidius, E. “Appropriate Interpersonal Relationships”. Fulbright Scholars Gateway Program, (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019).
Agidius, E. “Sexual & Gendera Harassment in the Workplace”. P1FCU All Staff Training, (2015, 2018).
Agidius, E.; Solan, V. “Title IX: Don’t Be the Next Case Study”. Academic Advising Association Symposium, September 13, 2013. Breakout Session.
Erin Agidius, J.D.
“Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time.” — Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Erin Agidius brings over 10 years of comprehensive experience in Title IX, Civil Rights, and Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity compliance and investigations in higher education.
Prior to joining TNG, Agidius led the Office of Civil Rights and Investigations at the University of Idaho where she coordinated and monitored institutional federal compliance under Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, and ADA/504. She managed a strong team, conducted comprehensive civil rights investigations, and customized programming on related topics for audiences with varying skills, knowledge, and expertise. She’s also guided multiple committees and task forces on topics of threat assessment and management, security and compliance, DEI initiatives, and more.
Prior to her role as director, she built connections as the Interim Director and Deputy Director of the Human Rights Access and Inclusion office. Through those relationships she successfully campaigned for the university to invest in professional investigators and reorganize existing offices to create a more sustainable and effective culture of compliance. Her experience as a student conduct administrator forged her foundational understanding of relational connection and throughout her tenure in higher education, she’s raised awareness of resources by relying on those strong relationships to enhance university policies, practices, and programs.
Agidius is dedicated to advancing community-wide programs to prevent, reduce, and remediate all forms of discrimination. When not working tireless for equity at work, she does so in her spare time as a member of the Moscow Human Rights Commission, the Latah County Coordinated Community Response Task Force, and the Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse board of directors. She is a certified Greet Dot and Stop the Hate trainer and holds a certification in civil mediation from the Northwest Institute for Dispute Resolution. Compliance and equity are core to her ethos.
Agidius holds a J.D. from the University of Idaho College of Law and a B.A. in Criminal Justice from the University of Idaho with minors in Sociology, Business, and Spanish.