January 26, 2022

University of North Carolina at Charlotte Taps Long-Time Federal Ombuds for New Office

Scott Deyo, CO-OP, will become UNCC's is first dedicated, full-time University Ombuds. In this new position, Deyo will serve all faculty and staff at the public university in North Carolina's largest city. Previously, UNCC had only a part-time Faculty Ombuds, Todd Steck, and Mediation Coordinator, Diana Rowan.
Deyo brings a wealth of Ombuds experience in the Federal sector and starts his new position on February 1, 2022.

Deyo has over 25 years of experience in conflict resolution, most recently as the founding Ombuds for the U.S. Green Building Council. His Federal experience includes the Department of Energy, National Park Service, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and Department of Defense Office of Inspector General.
He also served as chair of the Coalition of Federal Ombuds. Deyo graduated from James Madison University and earned an MS in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University. (Inside Charlottte; LinkedIn.)

Related post: UNC Charlotte Opens Faculty Ombuds Office; COFO to Train New Federal Ombuds in Response to IOA Backlog; U.S. Green Building Council Selects an Experienced Ombuds; University of North Carolina at Charlotte to Search for Faculty Ombuds; Job Posting.

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