Interim Buffalo School Superintendent Amber Dixon is speaking out for the first time about not being selected to lead the city school district.
Dixon tells WBFO & AM-970 News she is "disappointed" about not being selected to lead the city school district.
In a recent 7 to 2 vote, the school board recently selected Dr. Pamela Brown, a former Philadelphia school administrator. She will also become the first African-American woman to hold the permanent post.
WBFO & AM-970'S Eileen Buckley sat down with Dixon in her City Hall office as she described her disappointment and is now reexamining the future of her career.