Office of Title IX Compliance

Belinda Delgado, Title IX Coordinator

Belinda Delgado

Ms. Delgado is a native New Yorker, proud daughter to Puerto Rican parents and a first generation college student. Ms. Delgado earned her bachelor’s degree from St. John’s University and a Juris Doctorate degree from Touro Law Center. While in law school, Ms. Delgado was an editor for Touro’s International Law Review. She was also a teaching assistant in Contracts and Criminal Law for Touro’s Legal Education Access Program (LEAP), which is dedicated to building equity and access for students who are underrepresented in the legal field.

While earning her law degree, Ms. Delgado developed a strong sense of commitment to public interest law and  began her legal career as a Bronx County Assistant District Attorney where, for over six years, she prosecuted criminal cases. Ms. Delgado then served as an attorney for the Fire Department of the City of New York (FDNY). During her ten-year tenure at the FDNY, she zealously represented the Department in numerous legal matters, to further its mission of protecting the lives and property of New York City residents and visitors. In 2017, Ms. Delgado joined Queensborough Community College as the Title IX Coordinator. As the Title IX Coordinator, she has special training in helping students, faculty, and staff who are facing issues related to sexual harassment and assault.

Ms. Delgado is admitted to the New York State Bar and a member of the Puerto Rican Bar Association. She enjoys serving her community by providing free legal services to indigent individuals. She has also volunteered as a mentor to runaway adolescents, as a foster pet-parent for an animal rescue organization, and as a member of a mission team that traveled to Brazil to build a church for an underprivileged community and congregation in the Amazon Rainforest. 


Lourdes December, Administrative Coordinator

Ms. December is a John Jay College graduate who served New York City for over 20 years as an employee with the Department of Investigation. Following her years of service with the Department of Investigation, Ms. December's joined Queensborough Community College and provides support for the Title IX Office. Ms. December is grateful for her CUNY education and is committed to giving back by providing committed service to Queensborough's faculty, staff and students.

Ms. December holds certificates in Citizen Preparedness CORPS/NY State Division of Homeland Security & Emergency services and Mental Health First Aid USA. Additionally, she is an active member of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), and an Interest Group Member with the National Council for Behavioral Health.


Lourdes December

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