AMINZ is the leading body in New Zealand for people working in dispute resolution.
AMINZ members include arbitrators, mediators, adjudicators, conciliators, facilitators, investigators and expert witnesses from the private and public sectors. They work on domestic and international disputes..
More information about AMINZ can be found at: www.aminz.org.nz
Chris Rowe is a Fellow of AMINZ, and by that status is entitled to use the designation FAMINZ.
Fellowship is the highest credentialed status of AMINZ and is recognised internationally.
To achieve fellowship status, applicants must complete a programme offered once annually which includes interviews, written examinations and practical testing.
Chris Rowe achieved fellowship status in 2002, and is required to demonstrate annually that she has completed the required professional development and work in the dispute resolution field to maintain that status.
Chris was previously a member of AMINZ Council for two terms.
Among other things, AMINZ provides information on dispute resolution and is available to appoint dispute resolution professionals from those who are on AMINZ Panels.