Alma AbdulHadi - Jadallah

Alma AbdulHadi - Jadallah
Board Member, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
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Ph.D., Conflict Analysis and Resolution , George Mason University
M.A., Interdisciplinary Studies, 1996, George Mason University

Biography

Dr. Alma AbdulHadi - Jadallah is President and Managing Director of Kommon Denominator, Inc. (www.kommondenominator.com). She advised and provided technical expertise on strategic projects related to conflict prevention and mitigation, reconciliation and peace-building, training and education, and capacity building on the national and international levels.  

As President and Managing Director of Kommon Denominator, Inc. she has developed innovative solutions and provided services to a number of organizations including the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Fortune 500 companies, governments and not for profit organizations, She has designed and delivered highly successful small and large-scale interventions in corporate, community and international settings. She is a skilled facilitator and is a Virginia Court Certified mediator and an ADR specialist. She is also the recipient of several business awards.

Dr. AbdulHadi-Jadallah earned her Ph.D. from the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University. Her dissertation research titled “Reflections on Practice: The Impact of 9/11 on Conflict Resolvers” focused on the impact of a critical event – 9/11 - on the practice of conflict resolvers. She teaches graduate level courses on cross cultural mediation, conflict resolution theory and practice, cross cultural issues and protracted conflicts in lead academic institutions around the world. She has participated in a number of global conferences on Conflict Resolution, International Women’s Leadership Development, and has been a spe



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March 2012
The exclusion of women and civil society groups1 from formal Track I negotiations is a defining feature of the failed peace process in the Israeli- Palestinian conflict. Meanwhile, the complexity of the conflict, which has already lasted more than 60 years,...
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One capability that is increasingly important to military leadership is effective negotiation skills. This report provides a comprehensive review of negotiation performance, outcomes, and antecedents, and presents a model describing the major linkages between key...
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April 18, 2014
In 2011, Yemeni men, women, youth and children demonstrated and protested against the government of Ali Abdallah Saleh
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March 07, 2014
In January, Alma Abdul-Hadi Jadallah was in Geneva, helped run a meeting of Syrian women for the United Nations. Last
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March 22, 2013
From hostile religious groups in Iraq to company boards, Alma Jadallah gets people to talk and resolve their problemsIn
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July 07, 2012
The Information Affairs Authority today reiterated resolve to continue efforts to enhance the competence of its
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December 2011
In an article written for the Guardian in April 2011, a group of authors wrote, “Women may have sustained the
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 ADC presents the 2011-2012 Arabesque Lecture SeriesArab Women:  Asserting their Rights, Deciding their FutureTuesday, November 1st, 20116:00 - 8:00PM
November 01, 2011
George Mason UniversityInstitute of Conflict Analysis and ResolutionAndThe Arab Consortium on Conflict Resolution PresentThe Current Challenges and Opportunities Facing the Arab WorldA Conflict Resolution Narrative Tuesday, February 15th6:30-8:30 pmGMU Arlington CampusFounders Hall Room 126Panel
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Women, Religion and Social Change II" is an international, interreligious conference to be held at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA from April 30 - May 4, 2003. This meeting will reunite a group of women who came together in 1983 for a groundbreaking interreligious
April 30, 2003
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Examines the role culture plays in genesis, structuring, and resolution of processes of conflict within and between...
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