Staff JEDI Resources

Below is a list of offices and websites at Stanford University and Stanford Medicine to access JEDI resources. New resources will continue to be added as they are created and developed.

Reporting Discrimination and Resolving Workplace Issues

Below are offices at Stanford University and the School of Medicine to support reporting discrimination and resolving workplace issues. For discrimination reporting and resolving workplace issues, School of Medicine staff can reach out to the School of Medicine Employee Labor & Relations and/or the Director of Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (Shaila Kotadia at 

Stanford University policy for Harrassment & Discrimination has further details. Concerns can be submitted anonymously through the Stanford University Ethics & Compliance Helpline. Please note that the Ethics & Compliance Helpline is not a 24-hour or emergency service. For more information, please visit the Address Concerns page on the Cardinal at Work website.

The offices within the Institutional Equity & Access division are responsible for ensuring compliance with the non-discrimination policies of Stanford University. These offices can assist with clarifying issues and identifying the appropriate resources and procedures to help students, staff, faculty, and members of the community resolve any concerns regarding unfair treatment. 


The Employee Relations staff work to provide equitable treatment for staff through consistent application of University policies and procedures. We are a resource for all staff on a broad range of issues, policies, and concerns. 

The Title IX Office collaborates with the Stanford community to stop, prevent, and remedy interpersonal violence and gender-based discrimination through education, culture change, accountability, and empowerment. We offer options and resources to all students affected by these issues and are committed to providing a fair, thorough, and prompt investigation and adjudication process.

Non-Retaliation Policy

The university’s existing non-retaliation section of the Code of Conduct (AGM 1.1.1) has now been incorporated into a stand-alone policy (AGM 1.1.2). Having a separate non-retaliation policy highlights the importance of providing an environment in which employees can raise concerns without fear of retaliation.  

Stanford University Resources

Stanford University Staff IDEAL Initiative

The Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access in a Learning enviroment initiative, or IDEAL, sprang from the university's long-range vision.

  • IDEAL Staff Dashboard This dashboard provides information on the demographics of Stanford’s benefits-eligible employees. The data can be viewed by school or business unit or by job family. You can also view a breakdown by teaching staff, non-teaching staff, or Clinician Educators.
  • Anti-racist Toolkit The purpose of this toolkit is to support dialogue about racism within the Stanford staff community, and engage and unite the community in actions that will advance racial justice.

Faculty Staff Help Center (FSHC)

Offering a variety of services for the Stanford community including confidential counseling, workshops, discussion groups, and facilitated conversations.

FSHC Resources FSHC has compiled a variety of resources that may be of value to you.

Institutional Equity & Access

Our vision is to create a community in which we all thrive in an equitable, safe, caring, and just environment that supports diversity and promotes inclusion.

  • Diversity and Access Office The Diversity and Access Office (D&A Office) ensures University-wide compliance with federal, state and local regulations concerning non-discrimination and disability access. To accomplish this mission, the office works collaboratively with vice presidents, deans, department chairs, administrative managers and human resources professionals who have direct responsibility for achieving the University's objectives.
  • Stanford University Ombuds Office The Ombuds is a confidential resource available to all faculty, staff, postdocs, students or other members of the Stanford community. There is a separate Ombuds Office for the School of Medicine

Stanford Report for Staff

News and information for the Stanford community.

Stanford Medicine Resources

Stanford Medicine Diversity

Our goal is to draw from people with a variety of backgrounds and life experiences to reach a new level of innovation in teaching, research and caring for patients. Innovative programs ensure diversity is reflected in our programs, culture and leadership.

  • Black Lives Matter Resources
    Find curated resources for anti-racist education, activism and self-care.
  • Commission on Justice & Equity
    The Stanford Medicine Commission on Justice and Equity—composed of external and internal leaders, experts, and advocates—represents an institution-wide, collaborative effort to dismantle systemic racism and discrimination within our own community and beyond.

Stanford Medicine Office of the Ombudsperson

The Office of the Ombudsperson at Stanford University School of Medicine was established in 1995 to provide a neutral, confidential and independent resource for dispute resolution for faculty, residents, postdoctoral scholars and students. The Office was expanded in 1997 to include staff members at the School. The office assists members of the School of Medicine community with any work related difficulty, including interpersonal conflict or misunderstandings, as well as academic or administrative concerns.

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Stanford Today Staff

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