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Judy R Nelson, M.S.S., L.C.S.W, Fulbright Scholar in Conflict Resolution, C.P.

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118 South 21 St. Apt. 406
Philadelphia, PA 19103

International expert and Fulbright Specialist in Conflict Resolution and Peaceful Practices, with more than 20 years experience in social service management, assessment, development, and evaluation of innovative, award-winning programming for youth, teens, families, staff, clinical and non-clinical professionals. Developer of Strength-Based (Trauma-Informed) Leadership Programs. Expertise includes:

• Workshop Presenter • Train-the-Trainer • Strategic Planner • Media Commentator
• Needs Assessment • Resource Development • Leadership Training • Trauma-Informed Practices • Student and Professional Clinical Supervision

City Of Philadelphia, Department of Parks and Recreation, Philadelphia, PA 1997-Present
Director, Strength-Based (Trauma-Informed) Leadership Programs
Director, Conflict Resolution Theatre/Improv Institute 1993-2001
Researched, designed, trained, implemented, managed and evaluated a series of award-winning Trauma-Informed interactive programs, workshops and performances for children, youth, teens, adults and professionals. Building on participants’ strengths, the programs use visual, performing and culinary arts, mindfulness, cognitive models, role-play, sociometry, discussion, writing and interactive exercises to build positive transformation and resiliency
• Assess and develop transition/change management programs, such as supporting anti-violence initiatives throughout Philadelphia
• Created the first Teen Leadership Train-the-Trainer Program rated excellent by program participants and resulting in an 83% -100% retention rate and 100% successful graduation rates / successful transition to secondary, military and college
• Led city-wide “Teen Forum” that collaboratively identified youth development goals and future strategic missions, resulting in more relevant programming
• Served as expert in conflict resolution and Trauma-Informed Practices for other departments in the City of Philadelphia and partner organizations
• Lead on PPR’s first Work Force

Primary Address

118 South 21st Street, Apt 406
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Cell Phone: 2677694349

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