The independent panel’s report will be presented to the UNAIDS board next week.
Fox and National Geographic Networks have said they will conduct a thorough investigation.
The survey explores whether employees have reported sexual harassment — or chosen not to report problems.
“The No. 1 thing I hear from folks is that the #MeToo movement has forgotten us,” Burke said of black, Hispanic and Native American women.
Dartmouth praised the women for coming forward but denied allegations that it ignored complaints that allegedly date back as far as 2002.
The agency’s struggles date back to the 1970s when a class-action lawsuit was filed alleging discrimination against women in hiring and promotions.
Preckwinkle defended her handling of the matter: “This is something I take really, really seriously as a woman, as a mother, as a grandmother.”
Preckwinkle shared a different version of events on Thursday, saying she had heard of “an unsubstantiated rumor” against Keller six months earlier.
Jane Doe’s allegations were contained in a lawsuit involving 10 named plaintiffs.
Lawyers for the Democratic Party of Illinois had tried to argue the plaintiff, Alaina Hampton, wasn’t really employed by the party.
“I feel vindication,” Dena Lewis-Bystrzycki said. “After six and a half years, when they said guilty of all counts, I finally took a breath.”
The complaint comes months after Patrick J. O’Shea was acquitted of reckless conduct for accidentally firing a bullet through a wall in his apartment.
Green obtained a court injunction to stop the Daily Telegraph from running stories about employee allegations of sexual harassment and racial abuse.
The women held a news conference in the same room with their attorneys to announce their planned civil suit.
Officials said they wanted the information so they can review police reports in which applicants’ may appear.