Kabrina Bass is a Nonprofit Executive Director, professional mediator, facilitator, trainer and organizational manager. She’s experienced in conflict management, negotiation, mediation and facilitation. She is an exceptional trainer in conflict management, leadership development, general communication theories and methods.
Kabrina had a successful career as a Christian Education Director with the African Methodist Episcopal Church for more than 15 years. She assisted over 1.5K congregations in developing holistic training for individuals and congregations. She helped the congregation in moving from traditional processes of administration and teaching to digital platforms. She collaborated with the community to create a global presence with social media platforms and internet presence. Her most utilized curricula were Christian Education from Birth To The Grave: A Holistic Approach To Christian Formation.
Kabrina received extensive training in conflict resolution, negotiation and mediation from Kennesaw State University. She earned a bachelor’s and master’s degree in religion with an emphasis on Education (MAR). In 2016, Kabrina was recognized for her work in Christian Education and received Doctor of Humane Letters (LHD) from the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta. She earned a master’s degree in Conflict Management (MSCM). She completed the Family and Civil Mediation training taught by the South Carolina Bar. She also completed additional Mediation Training with Midlands Mediation Center
and Kennesaw State University. She has received additional training in Reflective Structured Dialogue and Democracy, Politics and Conflict Engagement from MBBI.
She utilizes specific techniques and practices in transformative and narrative mediation models to reach the best potential. She is actively engaged in South Carolina’s Magistrate and Family Courts. She is a natural problem solver who uses advanced communication theory techniques to conduct effective and successful mediations.