Mediation Department Update


We are thrilled to announce some upcoming changes within the Board’s mediation department. 

Longtime mediator Trevor Sones is taking a one year unpaid leave of absence to take on some private mediation and leadership education work that his Board commitments were unable to accommodate. We’re all very excited for him and have no doubt he’ll be as successful in that work as he has been throughout the last 16 years as a Board mediator. Trevor’s last day of work before his leave begins will be July 18, 2024.

We are excited to announce that Tracey Wood will be joining the Board as a mediator for a one year term. Until March of this year, Tracey was the Vice President of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, the official collective bargaining representative for employers in the entertainment industry. We consider ourselves very lucky that we will get the benefit of Tracey’s extensive collective bargaining experience for the coming year. She officially starts on September 4, 2024.



This page was last updated: 2024-06-17

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