A message from Mary Zinn:
Thank you for visiting our web site. I want to let you know that major changes are underway. I have recently moved to Washington, near Seattle.
Since my company’s inception in 2005, Zinn Mediation Associates focused on projects that promoted collaboration and equity in Colorado. We have much to be proud of in our Colorado history. Thank you to our many, many partners in mediation programs and various community events and conflict management workshops. My sincerest thanks to our many clients and supporters!!
I want to thank Elizabeth Loescher and Bill Murphy for years of collaboration. Liz was an educator extraordinaire who changed the path of my life! Bill is an exemplary conflict resolution practitioner and partner/mentor.
In 2019, Zinn Mediation Associates continues to be a major supporter of Conflict Resolution Month in Colorado. This unique campaign (there is no other like it!) inspires constructive problem solving and has continually gained impact across the state over the past 15 years. Visit Conflict Resolution Month in Colorado here.
Zinn Mediation Associates created the compelling photo and story exhibit: Talking It Out: Getting to Agreement. This exhibit continues to be available to communities across Colorado at no charge. Visit the exhibit page here.
For the immediate future, I will continue to co-produce, with Sam Fuqua, the KGNU radio quarterly program series on Conflict Resolution. Visit the radio show here.
Given my experience over decades in the conflict management field, I encourage people to consider collaborative options, including mediation and restorative practices. Please refer to our Resources page for information and web links related to solving problems and producing constructive results.
While I am no longer practicing in Colorado, I can be reached at:
Check out the quarterly radio program!
2019 Program dates are:
March 21, June 20, September 19 and December 19
Tune In: 1390 AM or 88.5 FM
We invite you to join the conversation by calling in at 303-442-4242
Co-produced by Sam Fuqua and Mary Zinn
For more information contact