Julie Denny spent fifteen years in marketing and business development for Dow Jones, McGraw-Hill and the Associated Press and four years with the Alliance for Mediation & Conflict Resolution before founding Resolutions in 1998. She works with individuals and organizations, using mediation, facilitation, training and coaching to foster constructive communication. Organizational clients include Draft Worldwide, American Express, Johnson & Johnson, Roundabout Theatre, Girl Scouts of the USA, DeVry University and a number of small family owned businesses.
An Advanced Practitioner member of the Workplace and Family Sections of the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR), Julie is also a mediation panelist for the EEOC, US Postal Service, the Transportation Security Authority (TSA) and the Key Bridge Foundation ADA program. She is a certified mediator and former Associate of the Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation. A former reviewer of books on conflict resolution and mediation for Library Journal, Julie has also been featured in Court-TV, Bloomberg Network and NY1 segments on mediation. She currently serves on ACR Board as Chapters Director and is former President of the New York Chapter and a former Tri-Chair of the Workplace Section of ACR.