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Philip Crump has been involved in the alternate dispute resolution arena since 1992 as a professional mediator, facilitator and an expert witness, assisting people to reach mutually agreeable resolutions of their differences; giving them opportunities to represent their own interests and helping them to share their perspectives.  In addition to the construction industry, he has provided alternate dispute resolution services, facilitation and training for a broad range of clients and issues including: divorce and child custody, special education, workplace and EEO, business, as well as intervention and facilitation.  His list of past and current clients is mentioned later in his biography and contains several prominent and important organizations, associations, government agencies, municipalities and other well-known entities that have come to realize how beneficial a professional dispute resolution specialist like Philip Crump can be.



Philip received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering (with honors) from the University of New Mexico in 1984.  He also received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology-Anthropology from Duke University in 1966.  He continued on with graduate studies at the University of New Mexico from 1969-1971. 



Construction and Business Mediation – Thirty-hour course, with emphasis on the New Mexico Public Works Mediation Act. (Conducted by the American Arbitration Association in 1992)

New Mexico Construction Law – Eight-hour construction law seminar with overviews of state and federal laws affecting New Mexico Construction. (Conducted by the National Business Institute in 1995)

Land Use Facilitation – Eight-hour specialized training for facilitating development issues involving developers and neighborhood associations, as part of Albuquerque’s Land Use Alternative Dispute Resolution Process. (Conducted by the New Mexico Center for Dispute Resolution in 1998)

ADA Complaint Mediation – Eight-hour course on special factors and sensitivities for mediating disputes between individuals with disabilities and “covered entities” under Titles II and III of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). (Conducted by the Key Bridge Foundation in Las Vegas, Nevada in 1998)



Basic Mediation Skills - Albuquerque Mediation Center – 1992

Adolescent-Parent Mediation – New Mexico Center for Dispute Resolution – 1992

Divorce and Child-Custody Mediation – CDR Associates (Boulder, Colorado) – 1992

Intercultural Collaboration Workshops – Intercultural Community Leadership Center – 1993

Certification Program for Professional Facilitators – Santa Fe Community College   - 1996

Special Education Mediation – New Mexico State Department of Education – 1998

EEO Workplace Mediation – US Postal Service – 1998

Public Issues Facilitation – Public Dialogue Consortium – 2001

Family Group Decision Making Facilitation – New Mexico Protective Services Division – 2001

Individualized Education Programs Facilitation – New Mexico State Department of Education – 2003

Child Abuse and Neglect Mediation – New Mexico Children’s Court – 2003




NM Department of Health

United States Postal Service

NM Public Education Dept.

National Park Service

NM Magistrate Court Division

USDA Forest Service

NM 3rd Judicial District Court

US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 

NM Environment Department

US Dept. of Justice – Key Bridge Foundation

NM Dept. of Transportation

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Santa Fe Police Department

NM Regulation and Licensing Department

Santa Fe Public Schools

NM Department of Cultural Affairs

University of New Mexico

NM Children, Youth & Families Department

City of Santa Fe

American Institute of Architects, NM Chapter (AIA)

Santa Fe County

Albuquerque Teachers Federation

Los Alamos County

NM Federation of Educational Employees

Socorro County

Santa Fe Public Schools Administrators Association

Santa Fe Rail Yard Planning

St. Vincent Hospital

Las Clinicas del Norte

Santa Fe Preparatory School

The Santa Fe Opera

Greater Albuquerque Housing Partnership




Philip Crump has been a member of the New Mexico Mediation Association since 1992.  He has served on the NMMA board of directors since 1999.  He is a member of the Association for Conflict Resolution and was a member of its predecessor organization – Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution, the Academy of Family Mediators and the Conflict Resolution Education Network.  Philip is also a member of the Northern New Mexico Human Resource Association and had previously served on its board of directors.




Old Santa Fe Association, (President 2001-2004)

1996 - present

New Mexico Peace Corps Association, SF Chapter Facilitator

1994 - present

Santa Fe Public Schools Student Wellness Advisory Council   

1997 - 1999

Leadership Santa Fe, Program Committee, Board Member

1995 - 1996

Santa Fe Planning Commission, Urban Policy Committee

1992 - 1994

City of Santa Fe Growth Management Task Force

1990 - 1992