CEC Member Sarah Alexander Wins ACR Award
30 June 2010 | News story
CEC member Sarah Alexander of the Keystone Center recently won an award from ACR, Association for Conflict Resolution. These awards are given in recognition of superior performance in, and outstanding contributions made to, the field of alternative dispute resolution.
ACR Award Winners Announced
John Haynes Award - Kenneth Cloke - Center for Dispute Resolution, Santa Monica, CA
Marvin E. Johnson Award - John Marks and Susan Collin Marks - Search for Common Ground of DC
Mary Parker Follett Award - Ethan Katsh - National Center for Technology, Amherst, MA
Peacemaker Award - Padraig O'Malley - McCormack Graduate School of Policy Studies, UMass Boston
Sharon Pickett Award - Sarah Alexander - the Keystone Center, Keystone, Colorado
Sarah Stokes Alexander serves as Director of Sustainability and Leadership Programs for The Keystone Center and has over 15 years of experience working as a facilitator on collaborative problem-solving models. She has facilitated numerous efforts in the areas of sustainability, agriculture, transportation, environmental cleanup, and forestry at local, national, and international levels. She has provided facilitation of industry-led sustainability initiatives, interagency coordination efforts, regulatory negotiations, strategic planning, and national and regional dialogues. She provides training in collaborative leadership, stakeholder engagement, and sustainability strategies. She graduated from Middlebury College with a bachelor's degree in environmental studies and holds a Masters of Public Administration from Harvard University.