Carolyn Lambert, CNCR program director, oversees the Consortium on Negotiation and Conflict Resolution’s higher education and restorative justice (RJ) programs. Lambert consults and supports the University System of Georgia (USG) institutions on the development and implementation of comprehensive conflict management systems, administers the university system-wide mediation program, and assists the USG ombuds network. She leads the development of the Restorative Justice program, building legislative resources, managing research projects, and exploring the application of RJ in the higher education setting.
She led CNCR’s Schools Program, a living laboratory examining the efficacy of conducting conflict management system design in the Atlanta Public Schools System.
Lambert is an experienced mediator, facilitator and trainer. She has facilitated group problem solving and community building sessions in higher education, the private sector, and community arenas. She has conducted training in mediation (basic and advanced), communication, developing conflict competent leaders, and conflict management system design.
Lambert has trained staff at the World Health Organization, in Cairo; and she has served on several boards, including the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the Atlanta Bar Association.