J.D., Marquette Law School
Dispute Resolution Certificate, Marquette University
Evelyn L. Ang has extensive training and experience in mediation and dispute resolution, both as a practitioner and educator. She is a graduate of the Marquette University Law School (J.D. 1998), where she also completed a Certificate in Dispute Resolution from the Marquette University Graduate School. She also has her M.B.A. from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. She co-founded a community mediation program in Milwaukee, and was the first Executive Director of Peace Learning Center of Milwaukee, Inc.
Evelyn’s current practice is focused on assisting organizations in crisis with large-group conflict facilitations. These organizations include non-profits, workplace groups, school and church groups, and community groups dealing with youth violence. She has served many organizations involved in dispute resolution, both as arbitrator and as a mediator. These include the State Bar of Wisconsin's Fee Dispute Committee, Council of Better Business Bureau, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the U. S. Postal Service REDRESS program, and Milwaukee County Children's Court. She is a member of the Interfaith Conference of Milwaukee's Restorative Justice Committee. Evelyn served on the Milwaukee School Board’s Task Force on Safe Schools and Violence Prevention in 2007-08.
Through published articles and numerous trade and public presentations, Evelyn is actively involved in efforts to increase understanding in the legal, business, and grassroots communities about the appropriate use of dispute resolution and conflict management processes. She is currently on faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, teaching freshman seminar, and upper level courses in "Communication and Human Conflict", "Introduction to Mediation, and supervising the Peace Studies 201 course.