When life gets difficult, it’s always comforting to have a private place to manage conflict and help seek resolution. As founder of Creative ADR Services LLC, Jeca Williams aims to assist parties to seek resolutions through mediation and advocacy. Her passion to help others negotiate conflicts stems from many years working within corporations and servicing the community. She is a listed Adjunct Professor at the University of North Texas (UNT), Denton, Texas and responsible for teaching Negotiation and Dispute Resolution. As a volunteer, she received the title of Mediator of the Month (March 2018) through Dallas County Dispute Resolution Center. She is also listed as a rostered neutral with EEOC for the Los Angeles District Office in California. Before attending Abilene Christian University earning a Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, she graduate from UNT concentrating in Sociology and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Her work in the community as a child ignited her passion for those living in residential care facilities. This led to her present participation as a volunteer Long-Term Care Ombudsman for the State of Texas. This along with personal experiences of divorce and children with special needs in education, have shaped my desire to assist others with conflicts in the community. Through advocacy, she has assisted parents with children in special education programs and supported families with resident rights in senior living facilities. She has assisted families through mediation during divorce both with and without children, as well as, child custody and child support disputes. She has also mediated various disputes including landlords and tenants, homeowner’s associations, and credit card disputes, etc. She is dedicated to assist families, churches, organizations, and individuals with life’s challenges through mediation and advocacy to ensure that conflicts are resolved effectively and efficiently.