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.
Ashlyn Friend is the Assistant Director of Conflict Resolution Services within the Student Resolution Center at Colorado State University. Ashlyn believes conflict often occurs when there is an absence of connection. As a conflict resolution practitioner, she helps parties strengthen relationships while addressing specific issues of contention. Ashlyn has a strong record of building successful collaborative partnerships and implementing innovative programming to serve students. Prior to joining CSU, she served as the Conflict Resolution Coordinator at the University of Colorado Boulder where she established an alternative dispute resolution program for students. Ashlyn earned a master’s degree in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University and has over seven years of experience working in higher education. She has obtained certification in mediation and completed extensive training in restorative justice processes.