is an experienced entertainment lawyer and dispute resolution practitioner whose practice is founded on the belief that constructive outcomes come from effective communication. Her evolution into the field of mediation is a natural development of that ethos.
The principal focus of her mediation practice is entertainment disputes, although, as a former local politician, she also has a particular interest in the positive resolution of political and social conflict.
She is accredited by CEDR, internationally recognised as the gold standard for mediation training, and has also trained in international peacemaking. A former Rotary Peace Fellow, Sarah holds masters degrees from London School of Economics (L.L.M. with Distinction), and UC Berkeley (M.A. in Political Science and M.A. in International and Area Studies). She has also conducted academic research into the effectiveness of peace processes at the London School of Economics.
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is an experienced mediator with strong expertise in the NGO, international and organisational sectors.
She has worked in the non-profit sector for the past 15 years, both within the US and elsewhere, consulting for non-governmental organizations and individuals. In this capacity she has handled disputes through mediation, in particular those focusing on community and interpersonal communications.
She has held positions in the public sector with the US Dept. of State, and in the private sector with Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu International. For several years, she has led KinderUSA, a humanitarian organization she founded whose primary focus is the right of children to health, education, shelter, and nutrition.
Dalell holds a LLM in International Humanitarian Law, an MA in International Relations and a BA in Political Science with certification in Mediation and Conflict Resolution, and Mediation and Peace Negotiations.
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is an experienced mediator specialising in conflicts with complex interpersonal, group and organisational dynamics, She is also a conflict coach and a Neighbourhood Restorative Justice Practitioner.
With a background in the theatre, Kate uses her practice as a theatre director and her conflict resolution training to create bespoke programmes in communication, empathy, rapport building, leadership and conflict management in settings ranging from schools to multinational corporations. She has worked both in the UK and overseas.
Kate holds an MSc in Conflict Resolution and Mediation Studies from the University of London and the Institute of Family Therapy. She is a member of the College of Mediators, the Conflict Research Society and the Restorative Justice Council. She is also a Learning Associate Artist at the National Theatre.
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Please note; although Sarah, Dalell and Kate work together on certain cases and projects, the mediators here are independent, self-employed professionals. To hire one or more of them, please contact them directly.