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We Are Leaders in Our Community and in Our Profession.


Ms. Lemmon devotes a considerable amount of time sharing her legal and mediation skills and expertise with others. From 2009 through 2012, Ms. Lemmon served as the President of the Board of Directors for Community Boards a San Francisco non-profit dedicated to building community through conflict resolution. Ms. Lemmon currently serves as the Chair of the Advisory Board of Community Boards and is a Leadership Sponsor of Community Boards' annual San Francisco Peacemaker Awards. Ms. Lemmon has taught basic and advanced mediation and negotiation courses, as well as employment law seminars.


Ms. Lemmon is an active member of the California Employment Lawyers Association, as well as the Association for Dispute Resolution of Northern California. Ms. Lemmon also is a strategic ally to individuals facing oppression of their civil rights through Equal Rights Advocates, the American Civil Liberties Union and the League of Women Voters. Ms. Lemmon also supports entrepreneurs and small business owners by teaching and supporting students of

San Francisco’s Renaissance Center.

"I have known Tracy for the past several years when she served as Board President of a local non-profit community-based mediation organization. She is a highly skilled mediator and passionate leader, who inspires and motivates others with her wonderful mix of candor, compassion, intelligence, humility, enthusiasm, and commitment."

— Bob Bailey (LinkedIn)


"I have had the privilege of working with Tracy Lemmon at Community Boards where she serves as President of the Board of Directors. Tracy leads by example, rolls up her sleeves and gets the job done. Her boundless energy motivates and inspires those around her. Integrity, follow-through, excellence, great capacity and positive energy only begin to describe Tracy's commitment and her ability to meet incredibly difficult challenges. I would entrust Tracy with complex projects requiring tenacity, high intellect, and timeliness with high consideration for relationship management. I feel very honored to offer the highest recommendation on her behalf."

— Donald Proby (LinkedIn)

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