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Robin DiGiammarino

Robin DiGiammarino

Mediating workplace and housing matters | Mediation Trainer | Mentor
Phone: 617-895-4026 | Email: rdigiammarino@mwi.org

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Dispute Resolution Experience

Robin DiGiammarino brings her experience in local government, health care and small business to her work in the field of conflict management. She has worked with MWI since 2003 serving as a mediator, trainer, facilitator and mentor. A proponent of life long learning, Robin served as a public official on a local school board, providing stewardship for a public education system serving over six thousand students. Robin holds a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy and she incorporates her expertise working with clients and her supervisory experience in clinical settings into her work as a coach, trainer and mentor. Since 2007, Robin has provided supervision and coaching to new mediators in the MWI Mentor Program. Robin enjoys mentoring adult learners providing opportunities for mentees to sharpen their mediation skills and reinforce good habits.


Representative Matters

  • MWI MA District and Municipal Court panelist for civil and advanced civil cases, housing evictions, family and probate disputes.
  • Pilot program in the Quincy District Court, Harassment Prevention Orders
  • Boston EEOC Office: Employment discrimination cases
  • MassHousing: Public housing disputes, Tenant’s Assistance Program, TAP
  • Numerous private disputes involving dissolution of business partnerships

Honors, Memberships, and Professional Activities

  • Association for Conflict Resolution, New England Chapter, member
  • ASTD, American Society for Training & Development
  • MassUMA Working Group: Co Chair, Mediator Training/Definition Committee, 2006-09

Lectures and ADR Trainings Conducted

  • The Community Builders Annual Conference, Hyannis MA, Presenter, 2014
  • Fitchburg State University, Fitchburg MA, Mediator and Consultant, 2014
  • Aspiring Leaders, NOVA, Workforce Development Division, USDA, Boston MA, Trainer, 2013
  • Attleboro MA High School, Peer Mediation Training, Co-Trainer, 2013
  • Autistic Self Advocacy Network Focus Group, Boston MA, Facilitator, 2013
  • Tips & Tools for Mediating 258E District Court Cases, MWI,Boston MA,  Presenter, 2013
  • Advanced Mediation Refresher Training, MWI, Boston MA, Trainer, 2012
  • Cary Memorial Library Foundation Professional Advisors, Lexington MA, Facilitator, 2012
  • Partnership for Community Schools, PCSM, Malden MA, Trainer, 2010
  • America Speaks, Framingham MA, Advancing Futures for Adults with Autism, Facilitator, 2009
  • Tufts University, Medford, MA, Negotiation Course, Guest Speaker, since 2009
  • Dept. of Public History, UMASS Amherst MA, Mediation for Historians, Trainer, 2008
  • Massachusetts Association of School Committees, MASC Conference, Hyannis MA, Presenter, 2007
  • Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, Tufts University, Medford MA, Trainer & Coach, since 2008
  • Boston College Law School, Newton MA, Mediation Course, Trainer & Coach, since 2006
  • Suffolk University Law School, Boston MA, Mediation Course, Trainer & Coach, since 2006
  • MWI, Boston MA,  Coach since 2004 and Trainer & Mentor, since 2007

Background and Education

  • American Society of Training & Development, Alexandria VA, certificate program, 2008
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Boston MA, practicum 2007
  • Program on Negotiation, Negotiation & Dispute Resolution, Harvard University, Fall 2006
  • Cultivating Mindfulness in the Law & Dispute Resolution, Harvard University, 2005
  • Mediation Works Incorporated Trainings, MWI Basic Mediation Training, 2003; Summary Process Training, 2004; Advanced Divorce Training, 2007; Train the Trainer, 2009
  • Negotiation Training, CMI/The Negotiation Group, Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1998
  • Boston University, Master of Science, Occupational Therapy, 1978

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