Janet Chance is the owner of Chance Conflict Consulting where she is a mediator, facilitator, conflict consultant, and conflict coach specializing in working with families and workplace conflict. Janet has obtained her Masters in Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine's Straus Institute in the School of Law. Janet volunteers with Santa Clara County Office of Mediation and Ombus Services to provide no cost mediations to residents. She also volunteers with Days of Dialogue and Candidly Speaking where she helps provide low-cost facilitation services to provide a safe space to talk about difficult topics. Further Janet is a contributing member to the Police Community Relations Working group of MBBI working to repair the relationship between police and the community.
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