Roy Baroff – Certified Organizational Ombudsman Practitioner / CO-OP®
Roy Baroff is an experienced conflict management professional. He is an attorney, mediator, arbitrator, educator, and ombuds. He’s represented clients in a range of settings, mediates litigated cases, serves as an arbitrator, and he’s an adjunct professor (he knows what its like to be in the classroom). He received Ombuds training in 2007 and became a CO-OP® (Certified Organizational Ombudsman Practitioner) in June 2017. (The certification is provided via testing and application process with The Board of Certification connected with the International Ombudsman Association.)
Roy is the NC State Faculty and Staff Ombuds and looks forward to working with you. Here’s a recent story from NC State News on the Staff Ombuds Office.
Roy believes that for most of us, we do our best when we can think through an issue with a trusted family member, friend, or advisor. The Faculty and Staff Ombuds role is just that – a confidential resource to serve as a sounding board, a coach, and information source to help NC State Faculty and Staff discuss a situation and determine how to proceed.
Roy grew up in the Triangle, attended high school, college and law school nearby, and is honored to serve as the first NC State Faculty and Staff Ombuds.
For more information on Roy’s background and experience.
For some articles written by Roy Baroff.
- Ombuds in Private Law Firms 2016 Roy Baroff
- NC Superior Court Mediation Article 2008 Roy Baroff
- What is Leadership? 2005 Roy Baroff & Bill Sanford
- Soccer Journal 2004 Roy Baroff & Bill Sanford
Contacting the NC State Faculty and Staff Ombuds Office or the Faculty and Staff Ombuds is not notice to NC State of any issue, complaint, grievance or claim.