Collaborative Professionals As Social Entrepreneurs: How Do You Get From Having A Good Idea To Changing The World?

Date and time: 
June 18, 2019 - 1:30am to 3:00am
Event type: 
IACP Event

About the International Association of Collaborative Professionals:

The IACP is the largest organization of Collaborative professionals in the world. Founded in 1999, their mission is to transform the way families resolve conflict by building a global community of Collaborative Practice and consensual dispute resolution professionals. The annual Forum this year will celebrate 20 years of bringing together global and local leaders in the field to learn, share, and laugh. More information on IACP programs (including the 2019 Forum) is available at

About Anne Tamar-Mattis, JD:

Anne Tamar-Mattis, JD, is the Executive Director of the IACP. Before coming to IACP, she spent nearly three decades as a community organizer and change agent, largely in the LGBTI communicates, specializing in marginalized communities, out-of-the box ideas, and lost causes. She is a lecturer at UC Berkeley School of Law and has been recognized among the leading social entrepreneurs around the globe by Echoing Green. Anne grew up in Carbondale, Illinois, and now lives in Sonoma County, California.


Mack Doyle Conference Room, First Floor, Somerset CPAs and Advisors, 3925 River Crossing Parkway, Indianapolis, IN 46240


Anne Tamar-Mattis, JD

Contact email:
Anne Tamar-Mattis, JD
Collaborative Solutions, Inc.
Price info: 

Free of charge