About theMAC

Since 1983, theMAC (formerly known as the Colorado Council of Mediators and Mediation Organizations or “CCMO”) has been the largest statewide, private non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of the mediation profession and of the use of mediation – in all its forms – as a positive alternative to dispute resolution. 

With over 150 Professional members across Colorado, theMAC offers the public and the courts access to experienced mediators who are bound by a code of professional standards and practice and held accountable for their work.

Our Mission and Vision

Our mission is to:

  • Advance mediation through education and information
  • Increase demand for qualified professionals
  • Provide networking and support to improve the quality of mediation across the State

Our vision is to achieve an environment in which the public values and seeks mediation as an effective choice to resolve disputes.  theMAC connects the public to trained, experienced professionals who are easily accessible and qualified to address the evolving needs of a diverse population across the State.

Our Mission

  • Advance mediation through education and information
  • Increase demand for qualified professionals
  • Provide networking and support to improve the quality of mediation across the State

Our Vision

Our vision is to achieve an environment in which the public values and seeks mediation as an effective choice to resolve disputes.  theMAC connects the public to trained, experienced professionals who are easily accessible and qualified to address the evolving needs of a diverse population across the State.

TheMAC Board and Committee Chairs

Michele Clark, President
Antonia Ozeroff, Vice President and Ethics Committee Liaison
Ellen Squires, Treasurer
Simon Mole, Immediate Past President and Judicial Chair
Marianne Lizza-Irwin, Membership Chair
Brian Beck
Mike Maday, Legislative Chair