Las Vegas, NV August 08, 2023
Nevada Real Estate Division Administrator Sharath Chandra
today announced the appointment of Sonya Meriweather as the new Ombudsman for
Common Interest Communities, effective August 7, 2023.
With an impressive 22-year career in
the Office of the Ombudsman for Common Interest Communities (CICCH), Ms.
Meriweather brings a wealth of experience to her new role. Throughout her
tenure, she has served in various capacities, including Deputy Ombudsman and
Chief Compliance Officer for CICCH. Most recently, she held the position of
Program Officer III, overseeing the mediation and informal conferencing
"Sonya has been a tremendous
asset to the Office of the Ombudsman, and we are thrilled to see her assume a
key leadership role as Ombudsman for Common Interest Communities, “ said
Administrator Sharath Chandra.
Ms. Meriweather's expertise lies in
assisting constituents in understanding their rights and responsibilities under
NRS 116, while also conducting investigations of alleged violations and
An alumna of the University of
Tennessee-Knoxville, Ms. Meriweather also received the designation of Certified
Public Manager after completing the inaugural class of the Nevada State
Certified Public Manager program. Additionally, she is a graduate of the Clark
County Neighborhood Justice Center Mediation Program, further honing her skills
in conflict resolution.
About the Nevada Real Estate
The mission of the Nevada Real
Estate Division, an agency of the Department of Business and Industry is to
safeguard and promote interest in real estate transactions by developing an
informed public and a professional real estate industry. For more
information about the Nevada Real Estate Division or the Commission for
Common-Interest Communities and Condominium Hotels, please visit http://www.red.state.nv.us/.
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