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Mr. Tom Wahlrab Wahlrab

Executive Director Human Relations Council

City of Dayton

Direct Phone: (937) ***-****       

Email: t***@***.org

City of Dayton

320 W Monument Ave

Dayton, Ohio 45402

United States

Company Description

The Department of Recreation and Youth Services was established to provide recreation, arts and culture services to children, families, neighborhoods and surrounding communities in the city of Dayton more

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Background Information

Employment History

Coordinator

Dayton Mediation Center

Mediators and Trainer

Catalyst IpF

Chairperson

The Ohio Community Mediation Association

Affiliations

Fellow and Board Member
Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation

Board Member
Welcome Springfield

Board Member
Dayton Dialogue

Board Member
National Association for Community Mediation

Education

BA

Central State University

MS Ed.

University of Dayton

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TOM WAHLRAB, M.ED. - Senior ...

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TOM WAHLRAB, M.ED. - Senior Trainer and Mediator Tom Wahlrab is the Executive Director of the City of Dayton (OH) Human Relations Council and the former Coordinator of the Greater Dayton Mediation Center. He has twenty-nine years of results-oriented experience in government and private sector environments involving equal employment opportunity, mediation, conflict management systems development and implementation, team building, program management, teaching and training. Tom received his ​Read More >


Fellows - Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation

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Thomas J. Wahlrab

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Tom Wahlrab is the former Executive Director of the City of Dayton (Ohio) Human Relations Council and the Dayton Mediation Center. Mr. Wahlrab is one of the principal facilitators of the community conversation that resulted in the Welcome Dayton Plan. He supported the process that resulted in the City of Dayton's Second Generation Disparity Study and subsequent Procurement Enhancement Plan Ordinance and Policy. He has thirty years working in government and private sector environments involving affirmative action, contract compliance, civil rights, mediation and conflict management, community building, civic engagement and workplace team systems development. Tom received a BA from Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio and a MS Ed. from the University of Dayton. Mr. Wahlrab is a Fellow and Board member with the Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation (ISCT), a former member of the Board of Directors for the National Association for Community Mediation (NAFCM) and a founding member and first chairperson of the Ohio Community Mediation Association.


Thomas Wahlrab is the former ...

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Thomas Wahlrab is the former Executive Director of the City of Dayton (Ohio) Human Relations Council and the Dayton Mediation Center. He is one of the principal facilitators of the community conversation that resulted in the Welcome Dayton Plan. He has thirty years working in government and private sector environments involving affirmative action, contract compliance, civil rights, mediation, and conflict management and civic engagement. Tom received his BA from Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio and a MS Ed. from the University of Dayton. Mr. Wahlrab is a Fellow and Board member of the ISCT and Certified Transformative MediatorTM


Tom Wahlrab, Former ...

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Tom Wahlrab, Former Executive Director at City of Dayton Human Relations Council and Founder of Welcome Dayton. Resident of Montgomery County.


Wahlrab Archives - Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation

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Guest blogger, Tom Wahlrab, is the former Executive Director of the City of Dayton Human Relations Council and the Dayton Mediation Center. He's one of the principal facilitators of the community conversation that resulted in the Welcome Dayton Plan. He supported the process that resulted in the City of Dayton's Second Generation Disparity Study and subsequent Procurement Enhancement Plan Ordinance and Policy. e has thirty years working in government and private sector environments involving affirmative action, contract compliance, civil rights, mediation and conflict management, community building, civic engagement and workplace team systems development. He's also a Fellow and Board member with the Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation, a former member of the Board of Directors for the National Association for Community Mediation, and a founding member and first chairperson of the Ohio Community Mediation Association.

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