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Jennifer Suzor is the President of Bridging Family Conflict. She graduated from the University of Windsor Law School and the Harvard Law School Mediation Program and has practiced Family Law in Windsor and EssexCounty since 1988. In 2004 she was certified by the Law Society as a Specialist in Family Law. For the past several years she has restricted her practice to Mediation as an Accredited Family Mediator. She is also a Certified Child Protection Mediator. Jennifer is the former President of the Ontario Association for Family Mediation. Jennifer has sat on numerous local Boards and presently sits on the Board of Windsor Life Centre, a residential treatment centre for women’s addictions. She has also taken training as an accredited facilitator for the Triple P Parenting Program. Jennifer is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and the Academy of Professional Family Mediators. Jennifer has devoted her legal practice to the practice of mediation and also speaks about mediation in North America and trains future mediators. For more information about Jennifer, see her private practice webpage at www.familylawspecialist.ca.
Krista Konrad is a clinical social worker, counsellor and mediator with experience working with individuals, couples and families. She earned her Master of Social Worker degree from Wilfrid Laurier University in 1999 and is also an Accredited Family Mediator with the Ontario Association of Family Mediators. She has years of experience as a child protection worker and counsellor where she worked with families and children with complex issues including domestic violence, abuse, parent/child conflict, separation/divorce, addictions and mental health issues.
Adam McKinley has a background in the Family Court system as a former intern with a member of the Ontario Court of Justice as well as experience working with clients who are experiencing family breakdown. Compassionate and understanding of the importance of developing parenting plans that work for both parties, Adam brings a calm and non-judgemental attitude to all of his mediations, with a focus on developing better communication for the future.