Sarah Stanton is Associate General Counsel for the Air Force General Counsel's Dispute Resolution Division. She assists in the development and management of the Air Force Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) program. Her work includes the implementation of Air Force ADR policies and procedures in Air Force workplace disputes as well as environmental and contract disputes. She also serves as a dispute resolution instructor for mediation and negotiation courses. Ms. Stanton has nine years of experience in ADR, with a primary focus on workplace mediation.

Prior to her current position, Ms. Stanton served as Roster Manager for the Department of Defense Roster of Neutrals, training mediators and filling department-wide requests for mediators and facilitators. Ms. Stanton still serves as a Department of Defense roster mediator and an Interagency Shared Neutrals mentor mediator.

Prior to entering federal government service, Ms. Stanton served as a summer associate for Taft, Stettinius, and Hollister, a mediator for the small claims court in Franklin County Ohio, and an Editor of the Journal on Dispute Resolution.

· J.D., The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
· B.S., Business Administration, The Ohio State University

Virginia licensed attorney
D.C. licensed attorney
D.C. Superior Court family mediator

SAF/GC Category III Civilian of the Year, 2012
Notable Achievement Award, 2011
The Moritz Leadership Award, 2005
Public Service Fellow, 2005

Current as of February 2012