Meet the Ombuds
Wokie Nwabueze comes to Princeton after 10 years with Prudential Financial, where she served for the last four years as vice president for ethics and employee resolution programs. Her duties with Prudential Financial included resolving employment-related concerns through mediation, group facilitation, coaching and other techniques; managing and investigating business ethics allegations; coordinating an external mediation and arbitration program; and leading conflict management workshops and presentations.
Prior to joining Prudential, Nwabueze served as an independent consultant and trainer in alternative dispute resolution techniques, leading workshops for legal organizations, universities and correctional institutions in New York City. She also was a staff developer, trainer and mediator for Effective Alternative in Reconciliation Services, a Bronx-based youth organization.
Nwabueze, who holds a bachelor's degree from Wellesley College and a law degree from Columbia University, also was an associate with the New York law firm Pillsbury Winthrop LLP, and a pro bono fellow and staff attorney with Sanctuary for Families Center for Battered Women's Legal Services in New York.
Assistant to the Ombuds Officer
Traci Coyle, Assistant to the Ombuds Officer, is responsible for visitor intake, data analysis, training program preparation and special event coordination for the Ombuds Office.
Prior to joinging the Princeton Staff in 2011, Traci spent 15 years as an Executive Assistant for numerous organizations including General Electric, Swiss Re and Towers Perrin.
Traci serves as a Board Member and Treasurer for Merchantville Little League.
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