Conflict Resolution for College Students

Faculty

Brooke Wichmann

Brooke Wichmann
Brooke Wichmann is the Associate Director of Conflict Resolution within the Student Resolution Center at Colorado State University. She provides conflict coaching, mediation, restorative justice, training, and facilitation to help individuals manage disputes, strengthen relationships, and overcome challenges. Brooke has seven years of experience working in the conflict resolution field and has delivered over 2200 direct hours of related programming in educational, business, and community settings. She is a certified conflict management coach and is licensed to administer the Conflict Dynamics Profile assessment. She attained an M.A. in Peace Education from the United Nations Mandated University for Peace and is currently enrolled in CSU's Organizational Learning Performance and Change doctoral program.

Dave D'Alessandro

Dave D'Alessandro
Dave D'Alessandro is the Assistant Director of Conflict Resolution Services in the Student Resolution Center at Colorado State University. He works with students to help them resolve conflicts they encounter during their collegiate career. He focuses on interpersonal conflicts and provides conflict coaching, process consultation, mediation, restorative justice, training, facilitation, and workshops. Dave earned his undergraduate degree in philosophy from the University of Colorado, Boulder and an M.A. in Conflict Resolution from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Before delving into the higher education world, Dave worked as a trainer and facilitator for a nonprofit in Cambridge, MA and mediated harassment prevention orders and summary process cases in courts. Dave co-teaches Effective Leadership in CSU’s President’s Leadership Program and is passionate about social justice work. He currently serves as a co-facilitator for Men in the Movement — a program for men who want to learn more about masculinity, its relationship to violence, and how all men can work to prevent gender violence.

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