Diane Musho Hamilton
is a mediator, group facilitator, and trainer in conflict resolution. She was the initial director of the Office of Alternative Dispute Resolution for the Utah Judiciary from 1994 -1999, where she established the first mediation programs in the courts. She has extensive experience in facilitating large meetings, including public policy issues. Diane received the Utah Council on Conflict Resolution Peacekeeper Award in 2001 and the Peter W. Billings Award from the Utah State Bar for outstanding work in Dispute Resolution in 2003. She was a founding member of the Utah Council on Conflict Resolution, and serves of the Board of Trustees of Utah Dispute Resolution. Diane teaches mediation at the University of Utah Law School and Communications Institute. She has been a practitioner of Buddhadharma for more than 20 years. She holds a master’s degree in contemplative psychology from Naropa Institute, in Boulder, Colorado and a bachelors degree in Feminist Studies from Stanford University. A senior Zen student of Genpo Merzel Roshi, she serves as a facilitator of Big Mind, a process designed by Genpo Roshi to bring the insights of Zen meditation to western audiences. She is a senior teacher at Integral Spiritual Center.
In Kenkon heeft zij een tweetal seminars verzorgt waarbij de integratie tussen BigMind, Integral Model en de vijf buhda families verkent werden.