|Office Hours are from 7:30am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday, except holidays. The AA/EO office is located in the lower level of the Miller Administration Building, Room 101. Please see Weber State University Campus Map|
|Barry Gomberg E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Director Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
As the Director of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity, Mr. Gomberg advises the hiring and other employment processes and responds to complaints of discrimination and harassment of this 2,600 employer. He also provides civil rights training for employees, including promoting diversity and inclusivity, avoiding discrimination based on disabilities, ethnicity, age, religion and other protected classifications and preventing sexual harassment.
Prior to joining Weber State University in 1988, Mr. Gomberg was actively engaged in the practice of law for five years. His practice focused on employment and civil rights law. Mr. Gomberg has represented employers and employees giving him the experience viewing employment disputes from both perspectives, thus facilitating preventative maintenance.
Mr. Gomberg has taught as an adjunct instructor both at Indiana University Law School and Weber State University. University courses include Civil Rights, School Law, Constitutional Law, Business Ethics, Jurisprudence and Practical Law and Human Resources Management.
Mr. Gomberg has provided extensive training and consulting services to employers, both public and private. Training areas include: employment discrimination; sexual harassment prevention; managing diversity; disability awareness; performance-building, discipline and termination; mediation and negotiation skills and affirmative action. Mr. Gomberg has also worked extensively with public schools and both public and private universities on policy development and a variety of equity and curricular issues. Mr. Gomberg is also the Title IX Coordinator for Weber State University as well as the Section 504 Coordinator and handles complaints of discrimination based on disabilities.
Mr. Gomberg earned both his Bachelor and Law degrees from Indiana University graduating Cum Laude with a Doctor of Jurisprudence in 1978. His secondary, social studies teaching certification is also from Indiana University.