Meet Sherry Ann Brucker:
Sherry completed civil and advanced mediation training through Hamline University’s Dispute Resolution Institute in 1997, and certified family law mediation training in 1998. She earned her law degree from William Mitchell College of Law in 1999, and maintains a license to practice law in the State of Minnesota and U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota. For more than twenty years, people have benefited from her guidance in times of conflict. Sherry heartily believes people improve relationships, enhance ongoing communication, and create lasting solutions if they choose the process for talking about conflict and help create the plan to resolve it.
A qualified neutral on the Minnesota Supreme Court’s Rule 114 roster, she is also a member of Minnesota State Bar Association’s Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) section. In addition to being a mediator, conflict coach, and conflict skills trainer, Sherry serves as adjunct faculty at Mitchell Hamline School of Law.
Sherry lives in Alexandria, Minnesota. You will find her volunteering, biking, hiking, reading, traveling, or enjoying the beautiful outdoors in her spare time.