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Thalia Veintimilla MA

Panorama City, ca 91402
United States
Area served: All of Los Angeles

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Business - Commercial - Community - Division of Monies and Property - Elder/Inter-Generational - Family - Peer

Languages spoken: English, Czech, Spanish, Portuguese, conversational French.

I earned my Master of Art degree in International Administration with concentration in Mediation and Conflict Resolution from the University of Denver. I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Affairs from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, where I also minored in arts and architecture.

After graduating from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, I earned my Advanced Diploma from the Embassy and Scholars Program at the Washington DC Internship Institute. I served several years at the Embassies of Chile, South Korean and Ecuador, dedicated to bring cultural understanding and connection between countries politically and artistically. I served as coordinator of media design projects and music. I then served at the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund helping the transportation section for the East Asia and Pacific Region and the language translation section respectively touching a variety of conflict issues. I then was eager to gain more knowledge in the area of International Affairs and Conflict Resolution.

As I entered my Master’s Program I was not only able to see the area of Conflicts Internationally but I also did a good portion of the study into the communities. My Conflict Resolution strategies then started to visit communities in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and North and South America. Looking into families internationally, I have become aware of the need in connecting gaps within the cultures. I used my architectural knowledge into finding ways of conversation between cultures within the communities. Architecture then gave me a door to enter each family member giving me an area to study more deeply: Family issues.

Working in the United States and experiencing the vast cultural community demographics, my interest became more significant. I served in different organizations as a mediator such as face-to-face, a program dedicated to helping families engage with their teenagers; children for peace, a program dedicated to find ways to understand children needs; and others organizations working in family issues. It was here were I was aware of my need in advancing my training into a much deeper level such as Divorce mediation. I was then trained as Divorce Mediator through the Asian Pacific American Dispute Resolution Center, where I have become a support group mediator and facilitator for community mediations. My experience as a mediator and facilitator helped me to engage more into the community and bring about connection into these cultural/non-cultural levels of alternative resolutions.

Degrees, Certifications, and Memberships

University of Denver
Master’s Degree in International Administration with concentration in Conflict Resolution

University of Denver – Josef Korbel School for International Studies
Certified in Conflict Resolution

University of Nebraska Lincoln
Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies, Minor in Art

Embassy and Scholars program – Washington Internship Institute
Advanced Diploma for International Affairs

Member of United Nations Association Washington DC

Member of International Community Mediation

Member of Alternative Dispute Resolution

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