David Miller has been named to lead the Editorial Board of the Journal of the International Ombudsman Association as it enters its third year. Miller takes over from the founding editor Alan Lincoln, who stepped down after retiring last year from his position as Ombuds at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Miller served as Ombuds for the World Health Organization in Geneva from 2004-2008 and has been a member of the JIOA Editorial Board. Before entering the Ombuds field, Miller was a Clinical Psychologist and Public Health Specialist from the field of HIV/AIDS and sexual health medicine, and has published numerous books and articles. Mary Rowe, Ombuds at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Tom Sebok Ombuds, at the University of Colorado at Boulder, will continue as Associate Editors and will be joined by a new Associate Editor, Brian Bloch of ISKCON Resolve.
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