Christine joined Mediation Services in 2017. She has established her career in the non profit sector, building new programs, developing relationships and growing revenues. She has a Bachelor of Theology from Canadian Mennonite Bible College (now CMU), a certificate in Commerce, Industry Sales and Marketing from Red River College and is a graduate of the Leadership Winnipeg program. Her interest in Restorative Justice started with a voluntary service assignment doing prison visitation with Open Circle. Christine is an active community volunteer and currently serves as the Chair of the Board for the Women’s Health Clinic.
Alia is the Community Resolution Centre Coordinator and is also a mediator and caseworker. She has been involved in Mediation Services in various capacities (Private Prosecutions Court officer, Restorative Action Centre Caseworker, Community Outreach Coordinator and intake worker). Alia holds a BA in Conflict Resolution Studies from the University of Winnipeg and a certificate in mediation. Her background includes public speaking, facilitation, coordinating events and mediating victim/offender, community, workplace and family disputes. She has over 10 years of experience with volunteering in the newcomers’ community, grassroots organizations on youth engagement, nonviolent social justice movements, and multi-faith dialogue.
Betti serves in the area of administration, and will likely be the first person you will meet when you call our office or walk through the door. She holds a BA in Religious Education from Briercrest Bible College. The past 31 years, Betti was employed in the financial services field, serving clients and in administration. In her free time, Betti enjoys reading, baking, gardening, home renovation, and hot holidays.
Nicole is the Volunteer Coordinator and a caseworker and mediator for the Restorative Action Centre. Nicole graduated with a BA in Conflict Resolution and Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications. Her background includes human rights education and working with youth organizations in the community to promote healthy choices, relationships, and communication.
Clare is a Caseworker for the Restorative Action Centre. She has been involved with Mediation Services since 2014. She began as a volunteer mediator and the position of Community Outreach/ Intake Worker with the Community Resolution Centre in August of 2016 before transitioning into Caseworker with the Restorative Action Centre. Clare has a background in public speaking, planning community events and pastoral work.
Jasmine is a caseworker in the Restorative Action Centre and Community Resolution Centre. She has been involved with Mediation Services in various capacities (Volunteer, Community Outreach, and Caseworker) since 2011. She holds a BA in Conflict Resolution from the University of Winnipeg, and a certificate in Mediation from Resolution Skills Centre. Her background is in public speaking and office administration.
Jennifer recently joined forces with Mediation Services in their administration department. With her background as a pilot, ownership of a small business, and all things Wolseley, it was the logical next step. When she is not at Mediation Services, she is likely at the lake, or enjoying one of Winnipeg’s many incredible international food options.
Tony is the Community Representative here at Mediation Services. When he is not out networking with fine folks like yourself, he is scratching his head over website development and social media content. He holds a BA in Peace and Conflict Transformation Studies from CMU, and for the last few years has been a proud, hardworking small business owner.