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Mallory Stevens

Multilingual divorce and commercial mediator and conflict resolution consultant in private practice in NYC; adjunct lecturer in Sociology Department at John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Mallory Stevens, president of Mallory Stevens LLC, is a multilingual, divorce and commercial mediator and conflict resolution consultant in private practice in NYC. In addition, she currently teaches a course in The Sociology of Conflict and Dispute Resolution at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Mallory Stevens cares deeply about how individuals, groups and businesses communicate with one another — and about the tremendous benefits of mediation, conflict resolution skills and alternative dispute resolution methodologies and resources.

Ms. Stevens holds an M.S. degree in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution from Columbia University and a B.A. in Spanish (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) from Hofstra University. She is on the mediator roster of the American Arbitration Association and also volunteers for the New York Peace Institute as a community and NY civil court mediator.

Previously, Mallory Stevens enjoyed a successful financial services career as an international banker (specializing in Latin America) and was also former SVP and head of corporate communications at IDB Bank.

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