Janice Tudy-Jackson

Ordained Minister/Collaboration & Conflict Management Consultant

Ordained Minister/Consultant & Retired Columbia Law School Adjunct Faculty


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Ordained Minister/Consultant & Retired Columbia Law School Adjunct Faculty

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Ordained Minister/Collaboration & Conflict Management Consultant
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Rev. Janice Tudy-Jackson is a Collaboration & Conflict Management Consultant, with more than 40 years of corporate, not-for-profit, legal, academic and consulting experience.

In addition to her consulting practice, Rev. Tudy-Jackson served as Adjunct Professor at Columbia Law School, from 1997 until she retired, in 2019, where she taught Negotiation & Conflict Management theory and skills. She has twice served as Visiting Professor for Sophia University's graduate and doctoral programs, in Conflict Management & Diplomacy, for diplomats, affiliated with the United Nations headquarters. As a Visiting Professor, she has taught a series of Negotiation seminars at the University of Parma (Italy), for Italian lawyers, judges and business executives. She also taught a series of Negotiation Workshops, in the Netherlands, for Dutch lawyers and corporate clients, in 2010, 2011 and 2015.

Additionally, she has regularly served on the faculty of the American Bar Association; the NYC Bar Association; the National Legal Aid & Defender Association; the Association for Conflict Resolution of Greater NY; the NYS Dispute Resolution Association; and the Collegiate Bible Institute. She has developed and conducted numerous seminars, workshops and presentations, throughout the USA and abroad. She has authored numerous publications.

Rev. Tudy-Jackson is the former Sr. Director of Safe Horizon Mediation Programs, in NYC--which became The Peace Institute. Prior to that, she was a Labor & Employment attorney, with a major law firm; and prior to becoming an attorney, she was Vice President, Labor Relations, for a multi-national agribusiness corporation, with overall responsibility for Human Resources and Labor Relations, for more than 70 sites, in the US and the Caribbean.

Rev. Tudy-Jackson received a Juris Doctor from Columbia Law School, after receiving a B.A. from City College of NY and a M.S. in Industrial & Labor Relations, conferred jointly by Cornel University and Baruch College. She is also a graduate of the Collegiate Bible Institute.
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