January 21, 2017

Iowa State University's Founding Ombuds Departs

ISU Ombuds Officer Elaine Newell has taken a position as legal counsel to the Iowa State Court Administrator.  She established the university's Ombuds program in September 2008 and has served in the role ever since.  ISU said that Jessica Stolee, an HR, will begin serving as the Interim Ombuds Officer beginning January 23. "We're very grateful to Elaine for helping us launch this useful service, which over the past eight years, has helped many members of the ISU community," said chief of staff Miles Lackey. 

Stolee has worked in human resources for a variety of organizations and has ben with ISU since 2005.  She is a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado.  (Inside Iowa State; LinkedIn.)

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