We Are ADR
We make learning about dispute resolution engaging and fun!
What makes our training different is the caliber and knowledge of our trainers. Each lead trainer is a professor of conflict resolution, a practicing attorney and an active mediator working in the respective areas of law. Each co-trainer is an accomplished expert in their respective subject areas and many have written well respective books in their fields. Our combination of experience and unique perspectives give us the ability to provide participants with real-life examples, insight into how the courts system uses mediation, and instruction on how to effectively resolve conflict.
Nicole Hull, Esq.
Nicole graduated cum laude from Mercer University with a dual degree in Sociology and Criminal Justice and also the Walter F. George School of Law. In addition to practicing law, Nicole is also an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) Meeting Facilitator through the Georgia Department of Education, a contract mediator for the Department of Human Services, and an Adjunct Professor for Brenau University's Conflict Resolution & Legal Studies Program. Nicole's prior dispute resolution experience includes being the Director of Operations for the 9th Judicial District's Office of Dispute Resolution and the Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Georgia Conflict Center.
Kamau Hull, Esq.
Kamau graduated from Virginia Military Institute with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and minors in Mathematics and English, also Atlanta's John Marshall Law School. In addition to practicing law, Kamau co-teaches a special topics Mediation Certification course for Brenau University's Conflict Resolution & Legal Studies Program and annually serves as a mediation judge for the Brenau University Mock Mediation Tournament. Kamau's prior experience includes a externship with the University of Georgia's Fanning Institute of Government in the Mediation Division.
Dethra U. Giles
Dethra U. Giles is an international consultant, best-selling author and highly sought-after keynote speaker. She is also the founder of ExecuPrep – a global brand that provides coaching, leadership development and performance improvement in the workplace. She has worked with multiple industries with hundreds of clients and thousands of leaders worldwide. She has shared her knowledge as a contributing writer on human resources and professional development topics for Today’s Financial Woman, YBE, and iWorkwell publications. She has served as adjunct faculty at the Federal Executive Institute, Georgia State University, Mercer University and as a faculty member for Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Small Businesses and the Tory Burch Foundation.
LaKeisha Gantt, Ph.D.
Dr. Gantt is a licensed Psychologist and Licensed Professional Counselor who received her Masters Degree in Counseling and Doctorate Degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Georgia. She is a former behavior specialist with the Clarke County School District and currently serves as a member of the Clarke County Board of Education. Dr. Gantt has spent her career working with students and families and has worked with multiple stakeholders on ways to improve school climate.
Kylah Castlin, MCMHC
Kylah graduated from Fort Valley State University with a Bachelor’s in Social Work, and Walden University a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Kylah is also a Certified Health and Relationship Coach. In addition to being a mental health provider, Kylah provides several Co-Parenting Courses for divorcing couples across the nation and works as a consultant for several school districts and child agencies.