Mandy Hambleton, M.S.
Director, Content Development, TNG
Areas of Expertise
Expert Witness and External Third-Party Neutral Services
Speaking & Writing
Hambleton, M., Lewis, W. S., & Sokolow, B. A. (2020, May). Who’s Who on the Title IX Team – Higher Education Edition. King of Prussia, PA; Association of Title IX Administrators.
Hambleton, M., Swinton, D.C., Barber, T., & Sokolow, B.A. (2020, May). Who’s Who on the Title IX Team - K-12 Edition. King of Prussia, PA; Association of Title IX Administrators.
Hambleton, M., Baer, A.P., & Curran, R.D. (2019, October). Well done, well-done, or well, done: Tips for Composing Clear, Concise Investigation Reports, ATIXA East Coast Conference; Philadelphia, PA. (accepted and content published online)
Hambleton, M., & Zavadil, A. (2018, June). Responding to the Unexpected: Intragroup Sexual Misconduct Response and Support. AFA Essentials, G(05).
Hambleton, M. & Bunton, E. (2018, February). Illuminating Decision-Making Among Your BIT or Care Team, ASCA Annual Conference; Jacksonville, FL.
Hambleton, M., Cason, T., & Angotti, J. (2017, February).The Change Imperative: Collaboration Rather than Confrontation with Inter/National Fraternal Organizations, ASCA Annual Conference; Jacksonville, FL.
Interviewed for Murphy, A. (2016) Professional perspective: Understand how your Title IX work intersects with that of others on campus, Title IX Today, 2(3), 6-7.
Hambleton, M. & Johnston, M. (2016). Behavior Intervention in the Workplace, Law Offices of Morris Liang; Wichita, KS.
Hambleton, M., Boyd, K.D., & Cooper, J. (2016, February). Growing Professional Colleagues: Practical Advice for using ASCA’s Student Conduct Training Materials, ASCA Annual Conference; St. Pete Beach, FL.
Hambleton, M. & Matthews, L. (2015). Implementing a Student Conduct Committee Training Class, ASCA Florida Webinar.
Boyd, K.D. et al. (2014). Core Content Facilitator’s Guide and Workbook: Best Practices in Student Conduct Hearing Board Training Series. College Station, TX; Association for Student Conduct Administration.
Hambleton, M., Settle, R., Scruggs, M., & Gardner, J. (2014, February). A Quest for New Horizons: Using Strengths in Reflection and Restoration, ASCA Annual Conference; St. Pete Beach, FL.
Hambleton, M. et al. (2014, February). Academic Integrity Pre-Conference, ASCA Annual Conference; St. Pete Beach, FL.
Building Student Committee Member Foundations: Implementing a Conduct Committee Training Course, with Matthews, L. ASCA Annual Conference, St. Pete Beach, FL, 2014.
Boyd, K.D., Hambleton, M., Holmes, R., McCarter, J., & Baligad, B. (2014, February). Spotlight Session: ASCA Board Training Manual, ASCA Annual Conference; St. Pete Beach, FL.
Hambleton, M. & Pepper, C. (2013, February). Cross-cultural Perspectives on Academic Integrity, ASCA Annual Conference; St. Pete Beach, FL.
Hambleton, M. et al. (2012, February). Navigating the Conduct Conundrum: Graduate Student Transitions into the Profession Pre-Conference, ASCA Annual Conference; St. Pete Beach, FL.
Stefancic, J., Hambleton, M., Matthews, L., & Dickstein, J. (2012, February). Student Conduct Boot Camp Pre-Conference, ASCA Annual Conference; St. Pete Beach, FL.
Hambleton, M., Palmer, A., Hulsey, M., & Fiorello, C. (2011, February). Including and Educating the Next Generation: Meeting Student Conduct Graduate Assistants’ Needs, ASCA Annual Conference; St. Pete Beach, FL, 2011.
George, C. & Hambleton, M. (2010, February). A New Day, A New Way: Fostering Renewed Commitment to Campus Civility, ASCA Annual Conference; St. Pete Beach, FL.
Association of Title IX Administrators (2015-Present); Advisory Board Member (2020-Present)
National Association of Community and Restorative Justice (2020-Present)
Association for Student Conduct Administration (2008-2018); Kansas State Coordinator (2015-2017), Sexual Misconduct Community of Practice Coordinator (2014-2015), Graduate Student Community of Practice Coordinator (2010-2013)
National Behavior Intervention and Threat Assessment Association (2015-2018)
Higher Education Case Managers Association (2016-2017)
NASPA Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (2006-2010; 2016-2017)
M.S. Higher Education, Florida State University
B.A. English – Professional Communication, Winthrop University
Supreme Court of Florida Certified County Mediation Training
Gallup Organization Strengths Educator
Social Justice Mediation Institute
Facilitated Dialogue Training, Community Justice Initiatives
Mandy Hambleton, M.S.
Director, Content Development, TNG
“In spite of everything, I still believe people are really good at heart.” Anne Frank
Mandy Hambleton is an educator with over a decade of progressively responsible behavior management experience, including roles in student conduct and academic integrity, behavioral intervention and case management, and Title IX compliance at multiple higher education institutions.
She has extensive experience in policy and process development including both public-facing policies and internal standard operating procedures, templates, and forms. She often teaches courses on informal resolution, DEI, and the intersection of BIT and Title IX, as well as those with an approach based on applied learning.
Hambleton is also frequently sought by her peers for her creativity in training curriculum development, applied learning exercises, and facilitation. She has a breadth of experience in alternative dispute resolution/conflict resolution processes and practices and is a highly skilled informal resolution facilitator and trainer for all types of complaints, including those falling under Title IX. An accomplished writer, content developer, editor, and facilitator, she serves as the TNG Director of Content Development responsible for managing and contributing to the development and refinement of print publications, training materials, new course development, and member resources for TNG, ATIXA, and NABITA.
Prior to joining TNG, Hambleton served as the Title IX Director at Florida State University where she managed Title IX compliance strategies and programs for three domestic and four international higher education sites, as well as a K-12 charter school district. Hambleton has a proven capacity for developing new and restructuring existing staff teams and offices for building trust in people and processes, increasing effectiveness, and establishing brand recognition.
She holds a B.A. in English – Professional Communication from Winthrop University and an M.S. in Higher Education from Florida State University.