Starts April 19, 2021 Fairfax, VA (April 13, 2021) — NVMS Conflict Resolution Center is pleased to introduce Abigail Blatt as its new Court and Community Programs Coordinator. She starts on Monday, April 19, 2021. Blatt comes to NVMS CRC with a rich experience and training in ADR. As an intern with Resolution Systems InstituteContinue Reading
March is the Alternative Dispute Resolution Month in Fairfax County. It celebrates breaking through barriers toward cooperation, unity, and thriving communities for all. Here is a video-taped remark from Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chair Jeff McKay to celebrate this commemoration.
Please join us! The impact of diversity, equity and inclusion is paradoxical. While they offer myriad benefits to our society, a community of many backgrounds also presents challenges. Lack of knowledge and sensitivity, awareness of and experience with different values, attitudes, beliefs and traditions can lead to misunderstanding and tension among various groups, thus leading to conflicts among neighbors, individuals, co-workers, family members,Continue Reading
Walter Tejada, Former Chair of Arlington County Board, Elected to Serve on NVMS Conflict Resolution Center’s Board of Directors
Fairfax, VA (February 24, 2021) — The Board of Directors of NVMS Conflict Resolution Center unanimously accepted the nomination of J. Walter Tejada, former chair and vice chair of the Arlington County Board of Supervisors, to serve on its Board on February 18, 2021. “NVMS Conflict Resolution Center is focusing on developing partnerships and expandingContinue Reading
NVMS CONFLICT RESOLUTION CENTER ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF TWO NEW MEMBERS TO ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS Fairfax, VA (January 25, 2021) — Joining the Board of Directors are Sonia Aranza and Laurina Spolidoro. “We are delighted to have Sonia and Laurina serve on the Board of the NVMS Conflict Resolution Center. Their respective expertise inContinue Reading
Day in and day out, our mediators assist parents, couples, and families to resolve their conflicts constructively, while preserving the relationships that matter to them most. A client story follows sharing Jamie’s experience of mediating with NVMS CRC to resolve divorce and parenting issues. The names and details have been changed to maintain the confidentialityContinue Reading