A graduate of Hamline University’s College of Liberal Arts and William Mitchell College of Law, licensed attorney Sherry Ann Bruckner practiced civil and family law for 20 years before transitioning to her full-time ADR practice in 2019.
An experienced mediator, Sherry has served as a neutral on matters involving bias, discrimination, wrongful termination, and other employment matters. She also helps families and organizations
navigate various conflicts from marriage dissolution to caring for aging parents and facilitates circle conversations to help restore relationships and to address issues before they become bigger issues. Sherry enjoys teaching conflict management and peacebuilding tools to businesses and organizations.
Sherry further studied conflict resolution at Rothberg International School in Jerusalem and serves on the Minnesota Supreme Court’s Rule 114 Qualified Neutrals List. She attained certification in transformational coaching through the Brave Thinking Institute (https://www.bravethinkinginstitute.com/life-transformation ) and trained in Restorative Circles and Restorative Conferencing through the International Institute of Restorative Practices.
Sherry believes strongly in the transformational power of the c’s ~ clarity, compassion, curiosity, and cribbage.
Outside of her mediation and transformation work, you may find her enjoying a game or hiking a state park.