December 10, 2021

Prince William County Public Schools Hires Seasoned Ombuds

Monique Bookstein has been selected as the next Ombudsman for the public school system in the Virginia suburb of Washington, DC. She comes to the role after 12 years as the Chief Ombuds for the Federal Bureau of Investigation and succeeds Sarah Miller Espinosa. Bookstein will report to the PWCS board and serve the parents of 90,000 students, community members, and 11,000 employees.

In her 33 years with the FBI, Bookstein held a variety of operations and professional staff positions within the Records Management, Laboratory, and Counterterrorism Divisions, as well as the Office of Public and Congressional Affairs, and the Office of the General Counsel. She graduated from the University of Maryland and earned her Master’s degree in organizational leadership from Lewis University. (PWCS News.)

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