Kathy Rockefeller, Director
Ms. Rockefeller serves as Director of the Community Mediation and Restorative Dialogue Programs at MCRC. A member of the Maryland State Bar Association since 1991, Ms. Rockefeller joined the MCRC staff seven years ago as Program Coordinator. Prior to that, she volunteered for the center by mediating cases, as well as by helping to shape the center's referral partnership with the Howard County District Court. As Director, she works to build and maintain relationships between MCRC and its community partners, guides the community mediation and restorative dialogue services and policies, and oversees the implementation of HCC's AA Degree in Conflict Resolution.
Ms. Rockefeller resides in Ellicott City with her husband and three daughters.
You may contact Ms. Rockefeller directly by phone, 443-518-4360, or by email, KathyRockefeller@howardcc.edu.
Stephanie Klein, Program Coordinator
Ms. Klein has a BA in Political Science from UMBC and is completing her MA in Peace and Conflict Management from the University of Haifa, Israel. She has been a mediator since 2010, when she joined the MCRC volunteer mediator roster. Ms. Klein has since trained in several specialty forms of mediation -- including Restorative Reflections/Dialogues, Prisoner Re-entry, and Restorative Circles -- in order to serve the needs of the Howard County community. In 2014, she accepted her current position as Program Coordinator and oversees the intake and management of all MCRC cases, as well as coordinates its diverse and extensive group of volunteer mediators.
Ms. Klein is an avid reader and frequent patron of the Howard County Library System. She eagerly awaits the reopening of the Savage branch, currently under renovation.