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Sally Campbell
Sally Campbell

Sally Campbell

My work is varied, challenging and infinitely interesting. Mediation is my primary vocation, since 1985, and that work flowed into facilitation. I have been a Mediator since 1985 and have mediated matters ranging from one-on-one interpersonal struggles to complex multi-stakeholder events. Working with groups of all sizes and assisting them to improve their functioning is one of my strengths. Teaching/training in the vast field of dispute resolution and collaborative problem-solving has helped me learn about world views other than mine and develop my cultural fluency.

Conflict analysis, assessment & troubleshooting with leadership in organizations and academia have become a more significant part of my practice over time. It took a long while and many years of experience for me to be equipped to do this challenging work. As a conflict specialist, I bring both practical, concrete ways to build capacity within an organization as well as fresh approaches to help parties engage with seemingly intractable dilemmas.

Appointments and Professional Activities

  • Member of Law Society of BC (Retired Lawyers’ List)
  • Faculty Member, Continuing Legal Education BC
  • UBC Academic Leadership Development Program Facilitator
  • UBC “Managing at UBC” cohort – Trainer
  • National Judicial Institute – Trainer for newly-appointed Provincial Court Judges
  • Former Faculty Member, Justice Institute of BC
  • Former Director, BC Mediator Roster Society
  • Member Mediate BC’s Civil and Family Rosters

Education and Qualifications

  • B.A. English and Comparative Religion, McGill University
  • Teaching Certification, Bryn Mawr University, Pennsylvania
  • JD in Law, Villanova University, Pennsylvania
  • Certificate in Conflict Resolution, Justice Institute of BC
  • Certificate in Restorative Practices, Justice Institute of BC
  • MBTI certified
  • Certified Comprehensive Mediator, Family Mediation Canada