Julie Denny brings a unique combination of mediation, corporate and platform experience to her work. Before founding Resolutions in 1998, she spent fifteen years in marketing and business development for Dow Jones, McGraw-Hill and the Associated Press and four years as director of the Alliance for Mediation & Conflict Resolution.
In addition to mediating family and business disputes, Julie is an experienced consultant in organizational communication, working with clients to address specific communication issues through assessment, facilitation, training and negotiation.
Julie, an Advanced Practitioner member of the Association for Conflict Resolution, is also a member of the EEOC mediation panel, a trained US Postal Service mediator, an ADA mediator, working with the KeyBridge Foundation and the Department of Justice, and a Transportation Security Authority mediator, working through the Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation. She has been featured in a Court-TV, Bloomberg Network and NY-1 segments on mediation and conflict resolution. Julie has also been interviewed on a number of radio talk shows and has published several articles on mediation and conflict resolution. Her reviews of mediation and conflict resolution books appear regular in Library Journal.
She is a frequent speaker at conferences around the country on topics related to communication and conflict. Organizations she has addressed include the International Association of Conference Centers, both the New York and the American Society of Association Executives, the Academy of Family Mediators, the Association for Conflict Resolution, International Women in Communication and American Woman's Economic Development Corporation.
Julie, a graduate of Mount Holyoke College, received her mediation training from Divorce Mediation Training Associates in Cambridge, MA, the Dutchess County, NY Mediation Center, the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, the KeyBridge Foundation and the United States Postal Service REDRESS program.
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