Sara Figal — Executive Director, Nashville Conflict Resolution Center

Speakers Friday, June 2, 2023

People need help with conflict. It is our mission to empower individuals and families to resolve conflict through mediation, so they can focus on family, work, school, and community.
For the past 22 years, NCRC has partnered with TN Courts, schools, and other organizations to provide free mediation services to low-income clients. Mediation is private and confidential, allowing successful participants to avoid eviction, further court or police involvement, loss of employment, school discipline, etc. We use a restorative approach to conflict resolution that draws both on ADR best practices and research regarding compassionate, trauma-informed care. Name

Sara Figal is the Executive Director of the Nashville Conflict Resolution Center (NCRC), an organization that provides free mediation services for families and workforce in Middle Tennessee. In this capacity, Sara has been named a “Woman of Influence” by the Nashville Business Journal. She serves on the Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission for the TN Courts, serves on the Board of the Tennessee Association of Professional Mediators (TAPM), and is an Adjunct Professor for the Nashville School of Law. She is also a member of the Rotary Club of Nashville.

Sara earned her AB from Yale University and her PhD from Harvard University; she has been the recipient of Fulbright, DAAD, and NEH grants, among others.

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