Albie Davis: Feeling Honored When Parties Were Entrusting – Video

Albie Davis describes an early experience where she felt honored to have people entrust her with the intimate detail of their lives, from which she had a strong sense of obligation to help them.

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Albie Davis

Albie M. Davis, served as a volunteer mediator with Urban Community Mediators in Dorchester beginning in 1980.  She is the former Director of Mediation, District Court, Trial Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. MORE >

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