Jared Ordway
Jared Ordway
Adjunct Faculty
Division of Education and Human Studies
Affiliated with Master of Science in Mediation and Applied Conflict Studies
Biography

Jared has worked with community mediation centers, educational institutions, government agencies, youth programs and peace-building initiatives throughout the Americas. He teaches Advanced Mediation Practice, Ethics and Systems in the MSMACS program. He has a background in community-based conflict and intercultural mediation processes. His practice, research and leadership activities include work with community mediation centers, educational institutions, government agencies, youth programs and peace-building initiatives throughout the Americas. He is currently conducting doctoral research at the University of Bradford (UK) on the role of mediators in urban violence prevention. He has held adjunct faculty positions at American University, the University of Maryland and Columbia University of New York. He has a master's degree in International Peace and Conflict Resolution from American University."

Jared in the News

Mediation faculty Jared Ordway has been helping communities in Brazil develop peaceful alternatives for resolving conflict and intervening in violence in some periphery neighborhoods in the city of Florianopolis. His work in these communities has recently been featured in a Brazilian news story. You can see a clip of Jared teaching locals about restorative justice practices in a recent workshop.

Education
American University, Master of Arts
American University, Bachelor of Arts