Jamela Ali re-elected President of Mediation Institute of Guyana
Attorney at law Jamela A Ali was re-elected president of the Mediation Institute of Guyana Inc. (MIG) at the body’s third Annual General Meeting (AGM) on June 6, 2012 at the Red Cross building.
The mission of the MIG is to provide national leadership in the development and promotion of dispute resolution services in Guyana.
Its vision is to be the pre-eminent organization for professionals who provide mediation services to individuals and organizations that use those services.
Ali was trained with the first batch of Guyanese mediators in 2003.
She is certified as a Mediator, a Mediation Trainer and a Faculty Member. She holds a Masters degree in Legislative Drafting and is currently an Attorney at Law in private practice.
Several other persons were elected to the MIG Executive for the new fiscal year 2012-2013.
They are Pamela Nauth, re-elected 1st Vice President; Hazel Halley-Burnett, 2nd Vice President; Orrin Boston, Secretary; Teni Housty, Treasurer, Cyril Walker, Director and Scheherazade Khan, Director.