Welcome to the Utah Council on Conflict Resolution
The Utah Council on Conflict Resolution (UCCR) is a statewide umbrella organization for all persons interested in enhancing the network of professionals performing or promoting conflict resolution in the State of Utah. The UCCR is committed to serving the community by strengthening the professionalism and integrity of the practice of conflict resolution in Utah. This will be conducted through education and participating in related public policy making.
Brown Bag Presentation
Jana Fulmer is an Army Brat, originally from the Gulf Coast who moved to Utah when her father relocated to Hill Air Force Base. Her academic background includes a Bachelor of Science in Anthropology at the University of Utah and two Master's, Criminal Justice, Public Policy and Administration, and Forensic Science, both from Virginia Commonwealth University. During her time in Virginia and DC, she worked as a criminalist specializing in domestic violence, and also volunteered with Virginia Poverty Law as a domestic violence advocate. In 2004 she moved to California to work on a doctorate in Forensic Psychology and to work as a community safety evaluator. In 2007 she returned to Utah to be closer to her parents, and decided to pursue an additional graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health and to become a clinical therapist. She has served on executive boards and worked closely with various coalitions and associations within our domestic violence treatment community and, along with Martha Burkett-Fallis, founded the non-profit agency Amethyst Center for Healing. She is the immediate past president for the Utah Association for Domestic Violence Treatment and is the current chair for the board of directors for the UDVC. When Jana's not working she enjoys spending time with 300 pounds of fluffy dogs, a couple of cats, attending Comic Cons, playing video and table-top games, and traveling.