Danielle Blommestyn

Danielle is a Conflict Management Practitioner for the Director General Alternative Dispute Resolution with the Canadian Federal Government. She holds an Honours BA degree from Queen’s University, as well as a Post Graduate Certificate in Dispute Resolution from York University. In addition to her formal education, Danielle has over 150 hours of Mediation and Conflict Resolution training from ADR organizations.

Danielle’s training experience is vast; she has successfully taught over 200 hours of Conflict Management and Mediation courses. Furthermore, she has acted as lead coach providing conflict coaching, feedback and learning opportunities for our Federal Government and Post-Secondary Universities.

As a practitioner for MW Conflict Engagement Inc., Danielle is one of the primary providers for the Queen’s University Faculty Association’s Conflict Resolution Program. In this role Danielle provides Conflict Management Training, Mediation and Facilitation processes to Professors, Archivists and Librarians at Queen’s University.

Aside from Danielle’s day-to-day duties with the Conflict Resolution Centre, she brings her enthusiasm, energy and skills to the Board of Directors of the Kingston Community Health Centres (KCHC) as the Treasurer elect for the third year running.

Danielle recently expanded her repertoire from Canada into the international community where she joined the expert panel with Mediation International. In this role she acts as an advisor, assessor, mediator, mentor and trainer.