Membership in the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board

How to become a member of the ADR Board

Membership on the ADR Board is determined by current Board members and is based on written statements of interest, resumes, and interviews of candidates. The Board selects new members each year during fall and spring semesters. Check our up-coming events page for information on future membership drives

First year law students are eligible to apply during either the fall or spring semester membership drives. Second year law students are only eligible to apply during the fall semester membership drive. Part-time or joint-degree students must have at least three semesters of law school remaining, excluding the semester they apply.

Questions about becoming a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board should be directed to the Vice-President of Membership or e-mail DR_Board@Seattleu.edu.

Executive Board

Daniela Ruiz Ferreyra, President
Kristen Doughty, Vice President of Membership
Alex Gorton, Vice President of In-House Competitions
Michael Gerstle, Vice President of Regional Competitions
Catherine Sutton, Vice President of Communications
Carey Salzsieder, Vice President of Community Development
Nicholas Doherty, Vice President of Judge Recruitment
Erin Manning, Treasurer
Hannah Calas, Office Manager
Margaret Quartararo, Social Chair
Hannah Calas, Office Manager

General Members

  • Jessica Breiner
  • Hannah Calas
  • Alice Chen
  • Michael Gerstle
  • Lindsey Haythorn
  • Harsimran Janjua
  • Ivona Ogramic
  • Claire Peterson
  • Archie Roundtree
  • Carey Salzsieder
  • Madison Shepley
  • Catherine Sutton
  • Greg Swanson
  • Elizabeth Unterbrink
  • Joseph Wright

ADR Board membership is a competitive and selective process. For more information regarding membership selection please see our bylaws or contact the Vice President of Membership or President.