NEW YORK & ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation), one of the nation’s leading providers of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services, announced today the addition of Marcie Dickson, an industry veteran and staunch promoter of diversity, equity, inclusion, access, and belonging (DEIAB) in ADR.
Based in Atlanta, Dickson has joined NAM’s executive leadership team and will also serve as President of Tapestry ADR™, a new division of NAM formed to accelerate the development and promotion of strategic initiatives, including expansion in key markets, new services and technology solutions, DEIAB, and strategic partnerships.
“Marcie is a trailblazer in this industry and brings a wealth of experience, knowledge, and relationships integral to NAM and our clients,” said NAM CEO Jason Brennan. “As a discrete division of NAM, Tapestry ADR will focus on leveraging the full resources and infrastructure of NAM to drive innovative new offerings for clients and to increase inclusion and equity in the ADR industry.”
“NAM has a stellar reputation for providing best-in-class ADR services throughout the country and internationally and shares my commitment to transforming the industry," said Dickson. “I am excited to join NAM and for the opportunity to develop and promote new services, to continue to level the playing field, and to make mediation, arbitration, and dispute management more representative of the communities we serve.”
NAM is a full-service provider of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services – supporting clients throughout the U.S. and in major cities around the world through a highly secure suite of onsite, virtual and hybrid forums. With its superb customer service, market-leading technology, and an exceptional panel of arbitrators and mediators, NAM works with over 10,000 commercial entities, including over half of the Fortune 100 companies. Throughout its 30+ year history, the company has consistently been ranked one of the top ADR and Continuing Legal Education providers in the country, including in the most recent surveys by the National Law Journal, Corporate Counsel, and the New York Law Journal.