Who will assist you with your conflict?

It helps to know who is helping you resolve your conflict. Staff and volunteers bring years of experience from diverse fields and extensive conflict-resolution training to serve you. 


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Cheryl Cohen

Cheryl is the co-manager of the Bellevue Neighborhood Mediation Program and a certified mediator with the Washington Mediation Association. Cheryl began her mediation work with the City in 1996 as a volunteer and moved into her current role in 2006. She conducts trainings, mediations, facilitations, coaching, conciliations and consultations. In addition, Cheryl maintains her private practice in Bellevue as a licensed clinical therapist working with businesses and individuals.

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Natalie Daniels

Natalie began her mediation training in 2006 while attending law school at Seattle University.  She completed her training through the King County Dispute Resolution Center.  Natalie was a volunteer with the Bellevue Neighborhood Mediation Program from 2009-2013. She joined the staff at BNMP in 2013.  When not mediating, Natalie divides her time between teaching college and chasing her daughter around and around and around the house.

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Marcia McReynolds

Marcia is the full time co-manager of the Bellevue Neighborhood Mediation Program. Her background is in neighborhood, schools, family, parent-teen and restorative justice. She is also a professional educator having taught in secondary schools and community college. She moved here from Vancouver, WA in 2015. She has lived and travelled all over the world. Her other hobbies are improvisational theater (Playback) and singing.

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Volunteers

Volunteers willing to help mediate conflicts are vital to the success of the Neighborhood Mediation Program. With their help, neighbors and families find peaceful resolution. The volunteers gain something too, recognizing that phone conciliating and face to face mediating disputes is richly rewarding.Our diverse team of volunteers represent all walks of life experience and learn a tremendous amount about conflict and negotiation skills that have practical application in both personal and work life.

If you wish to volunteer for our program, please fill out this application form.

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