Attorney Angela J. Reddock-Wright to be Installed as President of the Southern California Mediation Association on Friday, November 2, 2018

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The Reddock Law Group is pleased to announce that on Friday, November 2, 2018, its Founder & Managing Partner, Angela J. Reddock-Wright, an employment law attorney, mediator, and arbitrator, will be installed as President of the Southern California Mediation Association (SCMA), as a part of the SCMA's 30th Anniversary Mediation Conference.

Angela Reddock-Wright

I look forward to working with my fellow board members to take SCMA into the future and in promoting mediation as a first option for resolving public, business, and private disputes.

The Reddock Law Group is pleased to announce that on Friday, November 2, 2018, its Founder & Managing Partner, Angela J. Reddock-Wright, an employment law attorney, mediator, and arbitrator, will be installed as President of the Southern California Mediation Association (SCMA). The installation will take place at the LA Grand Hotel in downtown Los Angeles and is a part of SCMA’s 30th Anniversary Conference where the theme is “Striving for Excellence: The Emergence of the Modern Mediator.” Reddock-Wright, along with several new members to the SCMA Board of Directors, will be installed and sworn in by The Honorable Candace Cooper, retired judge of the California Court of Appeal, Second District.

Reddock-Wright said, "I am honored to take the helms of the organization and to follow in the footsteps of current SCMA President Dr. Jack R. Goetz, Esq., and Immediate Past President Jason Harper. These leaders and so many before me have done a tremendous job in helping SCMA to become the foremost organization serving mediation professionals in Southern California. I look forward to working with my fellow board members to take SCMA into the future and in promoting mediation as a first option for resolving public, business, and private disputes.”

The SCMA’s 30th Annual Conference will feature keynote speeches from esteemed mediator Ken Cloke who will discuss his new book Politics, Dialogue & the Evolution of Democracy; India Johnson, President & CEO of the American Arbitration Association; and esteemed family law mediator Forrest “Woody” Mosten who will discuss the power of “Apology.” SCMA is proud to award its Cloke-Millen Award to Professor Avis Ridley-Thomas for her work in community mediation, and its Randolph Lowry Award to Professor Lisa Klerman for her work in establishing the Alternative Dispute Resolution program at the University of Southern California School of Law. SCMA has partnered with the American Arbitration Association to lead its famed Advanced Track for seasoned mediators.

For more information about SCMA's 30th Annual Conference, please visit: https://www.scmaconference.org/.

ABOUT THE SCMA:

The Southern California Mediation Association (SCMA), founded in 1989, is a professional organization devoted to promoting mediation as a tool for resolving conflict. The SCMA’s mission is to promote mediation, excellence in the practice of mediation, and community awareness of the mediation process through education, dialogue, and outreach. SCMA is founded on the principle that mediation empowers parties to design their own solutions to disputes that might otherwise prove costly and cumbersome to resolve in court. Mediation can also be used to solve problems that might not be suitable for court at all. SCMA provides resources for its members and the public to learn more about mediation and to equip them with the skills and tools to resolve conflicts through the mediation process. 

ABOUT ATTORNEY ANGELA REDDOCK-WRIGHT:

Named a “Top California Employment Lawyer” by the Daily Journal, and one of Los Angeles’ “Most Influential Minority and Women Attorneys” by the Los Angeles Business Journal, Angela J. Reddock-Wright is the Managing Partner of the Reddock Law Group. A practicing attorney for twenty-two years, and a former employment and labor law litigator for more than 15 years, Reddock-Wright’s practice now focuses on the mediation, arbitration and investigation of workplace disputes. In her investigation practice, Reddock-Wright is retained by public, private, and non-profit sector employers to conduct independent and neutral investigations of workplace harassment, discrimination and other claims.  

Reddock-Wright also specializes in managing Project Labor Agreements (PLA) and facilitating labor compliance for public and private-sector infrastructure and construction projects. She is the Co-PLA Administrator for the Los Angeles Stadium and Entertainment District at Hollywood Park Project (the City of Inglewood Los Angeles RAMS Stadium) and is the Inclusivity Compliance Manager for the Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) at the Los Angeles World Airports, a $5.5 Billion modernization project.
 
Reddock-Wright is the incoming President of the Southern California Mediation Association and is a member of the distinguished panel of arbitrators and mediators for the American Arbitration Association.  She is a Member of the Los Angeles County Equity Oversight Panel, an independent oversight body comprised of employment law experts, that advises the County on equity investigations.

Reddock-Wright has extensive training in conducting workplace investigation and holds certificates from the Association of Workplace Investigators ("AWI-CH"), and T9 Mastered training for conducting Title IX sexual assault, harassment, and misconduct investigations.

Reddock-Wright also is a published author, and frequent speaker on preventing sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace, along with other workplace topics. She also is an Associate Professor at California State University Dominguez Hills, in the Negotiations, Conflict, Resolution, and Peace (NCRP) program, and is an Instructor in the human resources certification program at UCLA Extension.

Reddock-Wright is a graduate of UCLA School of Law, Amherst College, and the Coro Foundation Fellowship in Public Policy and Public Affairs. She received her training as a mediator from the Strauss Institute at the Pepperdine University School of Law.

Reddock-Wright is a member of the Southern California Mediation Association, the Association of Workplace Investigators, the National Bar Association, the California Association of Black Lawyers, the Langston Bar Association, the Black Women Lawyers of Los Angeles, and the California Minority Corporate Counsel Program.

Reddock-Wright is passionate about the workplace and helping to foster positive relations between employers and employees.

For more information about Reddock-Wright, please visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelareddock/.

If you would like to speak with Reddock-Wright or her publicist:

Angela J. Reddock-Wright, Esq. 
Reddock Law Group 
Founder & Managing Attorney 
Email: angela(at)reddocklaw.com
Phone: (213) 996-8474

Lisa T. Elkan
Lisa PR
Email: LisaElkanPR(at)gmail.com

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