Our Mission & Purpose
Nebraska Mediation Association's (NMA's) mission is to promote creative and constructive engagement through professional development, collaborative partnerships, facilitation, mediation, restorative justice, and conflict engagement training to practitioners, professionals, and others throughout the State of Nebraska.
Thanks to all who participated in NMA Elections, both as candidates and as voting members. The bylaw revisions passed and our new board looks forward to moving the organization forward this next year! After a runoff election and one vote separating our winner, we are pleased to welcome Monica Miles Steffens and Amber Ayres to the Board from the general membership. We also welcome the mediation center Executive Directors under the new structure.
Book Club Meeting
NMA's next book club meeting will be announced soon. Make sure to add firstname.lastname@example.org to you address book so our notices to you don't end up in your junk/spam folder?
The club recently reviewed Joe Beckman's "Just Look Up".
In-person Events Postponed; Online Connections Expanded
The Nebraska Mediation Association takes the health and safety of our communities very seriously. Due to frequently changing circumstances related to COVID-19, we have decided to cancel all in-person events through 2022 and to move our services to a virtual platform.
Save the Date for Wednesday, May 25, at noon CT for our virtual event. We will announce the results of the elections and the vote to update our bylaws.
October 2020; Livestream
Next training coming in early 2021.
Registrants must attend every session*
Click here for more information
on Family Mediation Training
*Licensed Nebraska attorneys
may apply for a waiver
of the sections of the training
that apply to
Neb. Rev. Stat. § 43-2938 (2) (a) and (b).