About Us
 

Gregory M. Gina

A graduate of the City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law (class of 1992), Gregory M. Gina (founder) has extensive experience meditating a broad range of issues. Embracing transformative and value-based mediation styles, Greg continued to mediate after graduation at a non-for profit agency. Having honed his mediation skills into a multi-faceted style, Greg’s amazing versatility allows him to implement the appropriate style, depending on the circumstances. Personable, trust-worthy, honest, and fair, Greg has built his reputation on developing a rapport with clients through quickly understanding the depth of the disputed issues and helping both parties reach an amicable settlement.

Greg also worked closely with at risk adolescents during his six-year tenure as an English and Law instructor on Riker’s Island (NYC jail), giving him first-hand insight into problem solving issues facing today’s youth. Drawing on this combination of unique skills, Greg’s perspective is crucial in resolving complicated family disputes.

Greg is a retired Special Operations Soldier and Military Police, D.O.D. Certified Translator, U.S. Army Reserves and served locally during the 9/11 attacks and recovery.

Current memberships:
The American Legion, Knights of Columbus, United Federation of Teachers, Literacy Inquiry Team and parishioner of St. Vincent de Paul Church in Elmont.
 

Bernadette Crowley

A graduate of The City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law, class of 1994, BBA Finance, Bernard M. Baruch College, CUNY, 1986, Bernadette Crowley (co-founder) is a practicing attorney admitted to the NYS bar since 1995 and licensed with the NYS Banking Department. Specializing in Property Law, Elder Advocacy and Alterative Dispute Resolution mechanisms, Bernadette’s compassionate personality and commitment to professionalism, balance her ability to quickly connect with clients and maintain an appropriate degree of distance required for impartiality. Bernadette is skilled at interpreting the governing legal standards surrounding disputed issue(s) and accurately predicting the outcome of what could be an official court decision. Clients tend to feel comfortable resolving their disagreements with Bernadette’s help which leads to a speedier resolution –reducing costs for all parties involved.

Bernadette M. Crowley serves as the Secretary of the Health and Business Alliance Foundation (HBA), and is an advisory board member of Hospice Care Network. Her Memberships include: Queensboro Council for Social Welfare, Queens Interagency Counsel on Aging, Long Island Coalition on Aging, Queens Volunteer Lawyers Project, Queens County Bar Association, Blackstone’s of Ridgewood, Nassau County Bar Association (NCBA), Mentor through NCBA at Turtle Hook Middle School.