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March 8th was International Women's Day. Using that day as inspiration, for the month of March we've featured women leaders in the field of conflict resolution, learned from their wisdom and experience and listened to their stories. Part 2 is the second half of our Women Leaders in March series. Part 1 can be found here.

Donna Soules

Donna Soules has been a long-time mediator and mediation trainer and coach. Her practice is based on 20+ years in counselling and she is passionate about helping people in conflicts determine their own resolutions. 




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Sharon Kelly

Sharon Kelly has been a noteworthy leader in the realm of conflicts and disputes as both a Mediator and Chartered Arbitrator. 

Part 1



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Part 2



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Carol Roberts

Carol Roberts has been a notable leader in the realm of conflict resolution as a Civil and Commercial Mediator and Arbitrator. Carol has worked in the area of alternative dispute resolution since 1992 and she has extensive experience as an adjudicator and tribunal member in a variety of areas including Sports Disputes, Property Assessment, Human Rights, Employment, and Workers Compensation. In this interview Amanda Semenoff chats with Carol Roberts about her experiences in sports disputes including arbitration and mediation at the 2016 Rio Olympics and the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics. 




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