June 27, 2019

Prince William County Schools Hires Experienced Ombuds to Open Office

Sarah Miller Espinosa will be the first Ombudsman for the Virginia school district starting August 3, 2019. Babur Lateef, PWCS Board Chair said “Ms. Espinosa brings to PWCS an extensive background in arbitration and mediation. She established the Montgomery College Office of the Ombuds ... responsible for providing a confidential, independent forum for the employees to explore and identify issues, interests, and possible solutions to conflict. We are very excited to have Ms. Espinosa on our team to provide an independent forum for our students, parents, and staff.”

Espinosa served as the founding Ombuds at Montgomery College from 2013 to 2017. During her tenure at Montgomery College, she was selected the the Higginbotham Fellows Program with the& American Arbitration Association and served on the Board of Directors of the Association for Conflict Resolution. Espinosa graduated from Cornell University and earned her JD from the University of Connecticut School of Law. She also completed the Labor Arbitrator Development Program at Cornell. (Prince William Living; LinkedIn.)

Related posts:
Montgomery College Opens Ombuds Office; Montgomery College Ombuds Selected for AAA Fellowship; Montgomery College Ombuds Appointed to ACR Board; Report Recommends Ombuds for Prince William County Schools; Prince William County School Board Appoints Committee to Work Up Ombuds Recommendation; Prince William County School Board to Hire First Ombuds; Job Posting.

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