Sectors of Practice
Joanne Munro is a nationally chartered mediator, a restorative justice facilitator and an instructor in the fields of mediation, restorative justice, restorative practices, peacemaking circles, conflict resolution, and negotiation. She mediates for Alberta Justice’s family mediation and civil claims programs, Catholic Social Services’ parent-teen mediation program, and is a member of the newly formed provincial police complaints mediation roster. Joanne also volunteers as a mediator and restorative justice facilitator with local community mediation programs. In private practice Joanne specializes in workplace, faith group, non-profit and separation and divorce mediation. Joanne has extensive experience in organizational/workplace assessment and mediation, and a rich background in facilitating meetings, public involvement processes (for government) and helping organizations restore their workplaces. She is a member of the ADR Institute of Alberta’s Board of Directors.
Prior to entering the fascinating world of peace making, Joanne was a journalist with the Edmonton Journal, reporting in a variety of areas and then working as a columnist and editorial writer.
ADR Training & Qualifications
AAMS Certificate Program in Conflict Management (39 days)
AAMS/MRJC Certificate in Restorative Justice