Gerrit Roosenboom is a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Alberta (ADRIA) and has been practicing mediation for 15 years, after completing studies in this field with the University of Windsor in 2000. He also attended King's University College in Edmonton in 2000 and completed the mediation courses presented by the Alberta Arbitration & Mediation Society. He has since succesfully completed the Certificate Program in Arbitration.
Gerrit is a 25 year veteran of the Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI) having served on the Board of Directors of two condomium corporations, the Board of five CCI chapters across Canada and served on the National Executive of CCI. He was the Past President and currently serves on the Board of the CCI North Alberta Chapter.
A retired Manger of railway operations, having been employed by CN Rail, VIA Rail, and Transport Canada, gives Gerrit a strong background with exceptional skills in contract, financial and organizational management, and employee relations. As a Senior Accident Investigator with the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, he gained extensive experience in the analysis of human behaviour. He investigated many accidents, wrote numerous reports, interviewed countless persons and did the analysis of human factors involved.
Gerrit remains very active in the residential condomiumun community. He provides Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) guidance to Condominium Directors, Owners, Builders, and Developers. He also chairs condo meetings and provides best practices training to all stakeholders in the condominium community.
We believe the condominium community can save costs and improve operations and relationships by developng and implementing strong Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) practices. Small and large disputes can be resolved by a facilitated discussion between parties.