Professional Information
Prabha
Sankaranarayan
CEO
Mediator Beyond Borders International
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Education, Honors & Awards
Mount Carmel College
Psychology (1979)
Minor- Economics
University of Pittsburgh,
MS- Child Development (1983)
Peace Partner Award, 2007; Woman Having a Global Impact; Women & Girls Foundation, 2013
Personal Information
United States
Pennsylvania
Pitsburgh
Alliance for Peace Building
Yoga; mountain climbing; kayaking
21-25 Years
Prabha Sankaranarayan is the President and CEO of Mediators Beyond Borders, (http://mediatorsbeyondborders.org/) an international non-governmental organization whose mission is to build local skills for peace and promote mediation worldwide. She is a conflict transformation practitioner who has mediated, facilitated and trained in Europe, Asia, Africa and the USA. Her public and private sector work includes conflict analysis for public/private partnerships, consultation & assessment for industrial development zones, design and implementation of trainings for multinational corporations; inter faith dialogues as well as facilitation of multi-stakeholder mediations. Prabha is actively involved in regional, national and international civic activities focused on civil liberties, sexual violence prevention, conflict mitigation & mediation and the recovery & rehabilitation of trauma survivors (Board of the American Civil Liberties Union Pittsburgh, Past President of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape and CONTACT Pittsburgh). She is an Adjunct Professor at the Washington & Jefferson College, PA. She trains and delivers presentations (nationally and internationally) on the impact of family and community violence, the intersection of trauma and peacebuilding, restorative justice, conflict resolution, mediation and transitional justice. She speaks English, Tamil and Hindi. Practices yoga, enjoys hiking, rafting & climbing.
Foreign Policy, Mediate.com
Conflict Transformation & Mediation; Recovery & Rehabilitation of Trauma Survivors; Program Development, Gender & Culture Sensitive Interventions
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