Amber is the Division Director and Lead Mediator at Pesch Law Office. She also teaches conflict resolution at the University of Denver’s University College. Amber previously owned Hilltop Mediation, which mediated with families, neighbors, HOAs, and property managers to resolve disputes in a collaborative way. Amber started mediating in Douglas County’s small claims and county court civil mediation program, as well as Jefferson County Mediation Services. She has worked for a range of community-based organizations, such as Urban Peak, Colorado Youth for a Change and Fundación Futuro Latinoamericano. She previously worked for conflict resolution organizations including the Organization of American States, International Peace and Security Institute, and the Center for Peacebuilding and Development. She served on the board of directors for her own HOA, as the board of directors’ secretary at Project Worthmore, and as the vice chair on the board of directors at Youth on Record.
Amber earned her master’s degree in International Peace and Conflict Resolution from American University, as well as her bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Spanish from Luther College. She is an avid runner and committed professional to providing alternative dispute resolution services for the Colorado community.
Amber mediates neighbors, HOAs, landlords, tenants, property managers, families, contract disputes, and nonprofits.
- Civil Matters
- Domestic Relations/Civil Unions
- Family Related
- Neighbor Related
- Real Estate
- Small Claims
- Workplace Conflict
Additional Professional Services
- Online Dispute Resolution