She takes over for one of the roles previously overseen by Charlotte Russell, who recently accepted a position in her home state of California. The change took effect on Monday, Jan. 13.
In her interim role, Weil will be responsible for leadership, compliance, and oversight regarding statutes and regulations related to Title IX and sexual misconduct policies at the University of Nebraska of Omaha. She joined the UNO team in 2019 as the Deputy Title IX Coordinator. She is a trained investigator with over thirteen years of experience, including seven years in the higher education field.
Weil began her career at the University of Iowa where she worked in the Sex Crimes Unit. She most recently served as an investigator at Pima Community College in Tucson, Arizona in the Office of Dispute Resolution, which was responsible for receiving and investigating complaints regarding violations of policy and misconduct. Under the auspices of the Internal Auditor, Weil worked to evaluate, research, and develop changes for compliance to the Title IX program and Student Code of Conduct.
Weil is a graduate of the University of Iowa with a Bachelor’s in Sociology and a minor in Women’s Studies. She is interested in the important work of gender equity in access to education and compliance.
Weil and her wife Traci have a dog and a cat, and recently moved to Omaha from Hawaii. In her free time, she enjoys volunteering at the Nebraska Humane Society as a canine companion and likes to work on home projects.
Included below are a helpful list of resources and contact information:
For Title IX related matters, please contact Sarah Weil at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402.554.2120
For ADA/504 matters related to faculty and staff, please contact Kristina Hoffmann at email@example.com or 402.554.2463
For ADA/504 student matters, please contact Cathy Pettid at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402.554.3523
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