Eddy has been on staff with the Center for over 4 years after coming to us as a student intern and continuing as a volunteer. He holds a Bachelor's Degree of Social Work at Radford University. Eddy coordinates the 22nd, 23rd, and 25th Judicial System's court-mediation programs as well as both the mentor program for individuals seeking mediation certification from the Supreme Court of Virginia and the volunteer and intern services programs. Eddy is certified to mediated cases from the General District Court and pursing certification to mediate cases from the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court.
Marcia has 25 years experience in Restaurant Management including 7 years experience in Training and Development. She has various certifications in Training and Development through Langevin Training Services and personal development certifications through The Pacific Institute, Bell Leadership, Farr Associates, Myers Briggs, and others. Marcia is pursuing certification to mediate General District Court cases from the Supreme Court of Virginia.
Chrys holds a Bachelor of General Studies degree from Radford University. Pursuing trainings and certification in conflict resolution, Chrys became a volunteer mediator with the Conflict Resolution Center in 1994. Chrys always wanted to pursue mediation as a career and was thrilled to be hired as a staff mediator at the CRC in July, 2008. The job fulfills her passion of making a difference in the lives of people by helping them reach peaceable, workable solutions to their issues. Chrys has three grown children living in or around Washington, DC. Noah is an attorney, Tamlin (son) is becoming an attorney, and Kindle (daughter) is involved in politics through Vote America.