Omar Ebarb Class Of 1999

Biography

Omar Ebarb, Class of 1999, serves as in-house counsel for USAA. As an attorney in Corporate Regulatory Counsel, he specializes in state insurance regulatory law, including tax and escheatment. After graduating from the Academy, Omar served six years on active duty as an aircraft maintenance officer before separating to attend law school. He later became a judge advocate, and continues to serve as a lieutenant colonel in the Air Force Reserve. Omar presently serves as the staff judge advocate for the 445th Airlift Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. He resides in his hometown of San Antonio, Texas, with his wife, Amy.

Candidacy Statement
As a lifetime member, I have always been impressed with the work of the Association of Graduates. However, I would like serve on the Board of Directors to help put greater focus on serving the needs of more recent graduates. In particular, I would like to see the AOG expand its career services, which l feel are particularly important to recent graduates who choose not to pursue a career on active duty. I also believe that we could do more to put graduates in contact with one another, and would propose better leveraging social media to keep graduates connected.