Executive Director of the Dispute Resolution Center in Ann Arbor. The Dispute Resolution Center, which serves Washtenaw and Livingston counties, seeks to build peaceful communities by offering conflict resolution services and training. The center has trained more than 100 volunteer mediators who conduct mediation services for family, civil, and school–related disputes. It also provides facilitation services to help groups in conflict resolution and decision making. Dulin began her employment with the center in 2003 as the mediation services coordinator and moved into roles of increasing responsibility while developing new programs and services. Since being named executive director in 2007, Dulin has expanded the center’s small claims mediation program and developed and implemented school–based conflict programs serving students, families, and school staff. Under her direction, the center also implemented a restorative practices service that addresses student/student and student/teacher conflicts in a non–punitive, supportive manner that allows relationships to be restored and problems to be resolved. The center is working with Judge Timothy Connors, who is establishing a Peacemaking Court at the Washtenaw County Circuit Court, modeled on Native American tribal court traditions, where the Dispute Resolution Center will facilitate cases. Dulin also presents dispute–resolution standards and practices to groups at such institutions as the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University, and the State Bar of Michigan. Prior to becoming involved in community mediation, she worked in a corporate setting assisting with employment disputes. Dulin received her bachelor’s degree in business administration and master’s degree in dispute resolution from Wayne State University.