Yasmine Chapman became a mediator nearly 3 years ago after retiring from a 35-year career as a Human Resources professional. She has found it rewarding to assist others achieve peace in their lives and find positive solutions to issues that are causing conflict in their lives. She mediates in variety of areas, including family dynamics, child support, parenting time, neighbor to neighbor, landlord-tenants, evictions, employee relations, civil suits and small claims. Yasmine volunteers with both Denver and Jefferson County Courts and a Community Mediation Concepts a non-profit providing mediation services to residents of the Denver.
Includes more than 35 years in Human Resources Management in training and development, employee relations and labor management, and contract management administration in both the public and private sectors for the City and County of Denver, City of Independence, MO. City of Corpus Christi, TX, State of Colorado and First Data Corporation. In her professional career she negotiated labor contracts, with labor organizations such as International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, United Steelworker, International Association of Firefighters, Fraternal Order of Police, and others. She handled EEOC complaints, and investigated claims of discrimination and sexual harassment.
Bachelor of Arts in Communications and a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Colorado.
Completed Mediation coursework in 2016 and continues to hone her skills through continuing education courses and workshops.
Volunteers with Court Mediation Services in Denver County Counts, Jeffco Mediation Services, Community Mediation Concepts, The Conflict Center and the Denver Botanical Gardens. She is actively involved in her southwest Denver Bear Valley neighborhood and is an Extraordinary Minister with her church.