2016 SCMA ANNUAL FALL CONFERENCE KICK OFF RECEPTION DINNER
November
4, 2016
Friday
11/4/2016 to 11/5/2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Status: Closed

SCMA’s 28th Annual Fall Conference will open with a Reception Dinner on Friday, November 4, 2016 at The Huntley Santa Monica Beach Hotel, beginning at 6:00 p.m., where we will be honoring Dr. Betty Gilmore, with the L. Randolph Lowry Award. Also, the Southern California Mediation Association Education Foundation will be honoring John Hass with their Directors Award. 

In addition to the L. Randolph Lowry Award and Directors Award presentation, we will recognize the 2016 SCMA Mentees and witness the installation of the next SCMA Board of Directors and President. This is an elegant event that promises to serve as a suitable kickoff for an historic conference. Dinner and Drinks included. Space is strictly limited to 100 guests. Early Bird Ends 10/15/16.


SCMA Members:  $35 (Early Bird)
SCMA Non-Members/Guests:  $70 (Early Bird)
SCMA Sustaining Members:  Free 

***RSVP TODAY AS SEATING IS LIMITED***

Location:  The Huntley Santa Monica Beach
Room:  The Regal and The Terrace Room
Valet:  Included



ABOUT DR. BETTY GILMORE:

Dr. Gilmore serves as director and faculty within the Center for Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management at Southern Methodist University where she teaches graduate courses in mediation, communication, the psychology of conflict and neuroscience. She also teaches for The Werner Institute for Negotiation at the Creighton School of Law and the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine School of Law.


Prior to her work at SMU, she worked as a program director for the Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution at the University of Texas School of Law. She provided a wide range of ADR services including multi-party mediation to governmental agencies, policymakers and others involved in public disputes. Through her work at CPPDR, she served as a visiting faculty member at Hiroshima University.

As a licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Gilmore has worked in clinical, teaching, training, supervisory and consulting roles in a wide variety of settings including academic, workplace, private practice, community and health care.

She continues to consult and deliver training and professional presentations both nationally and internationally. Her areas of specialization include conflict engagement, human rights, communication and cross-cultural issues.

She is the co-author of the recent book, “The Darkest Hour: Shedding light on the impact of isolation and death row in Texas prisons,” and serves on the board for the Texas After Violence Project.


Venue : Huntley Santa Monica Beach
1111 Second Street,

Santa Monica, CA, US, 90403

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