Congratulation to Mary Culbert who is the 2017 Recipient of the L. Randolph Lowry Award.
Every year the SCMA presents the L. Randolph Lowry Award to a member of the dispute resolution community who has honored and inspired us through their passion and dedication to education in the field of dispute resolution.
The award is presented at the Friday Evening Kick-off Dinner Reception on Friday October 20, 2017. Come join us as we celebrate Mary.
On Tuesday, April 5, 2016, at the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors meeting, Sally Patchen, SCMA Mentee from the 2013 Mentor/Mentee Training, received the William C. Hobbs Award for Outstanding Adult Volunteer for 2016 from the County of Los Angeles.
An experienced mediator, conflict resolution coach, and strategic negotiation consultant with a passion for helping people find amicable and peaceful solutions to their conflicts whether it’s employer/employee, landlord/tenant, family, or community conflicts she takes an unbiased approach and work diligently to find the win-win solution for both parties. Using a transformative framework, focusing on peaceful and meaningful human interaction, she helps her clients create productive and harmonious environments at work and at home.
“My guiding principle regarding mediation is one where everyone is connected, so restoring peace in the community is part of the larger framework of creating a peace-filled world.”
A member of SCMA, Sally will receive this award because she has been a dedicated volunteer to the Civic Mediation Project, Centinela Youth Services, SCMA Education Foundation and many other non-mediation related projects.
Congratulations on the well-deserved recognition, Sally! Thank you for all you do.
Sally can be reached at 879 West 190th Street Ste 400, Gardena, CA 90248; www.winwin-succeed.com Phone: 310.560.1195; Fax: 424.328.0496