Nnena has mediated the full range of family/domestic relations (divorce, unmarried parents, elder care, adoption, etc.) since 1997, and disputes involving employment, housing, business, consumer, academic/higher education, and more. Nnena is retired from Harvard Law School, where she was the Director and Senior Clinical Instructor of the Family/Domestic Violence Law Clinic at Harvard’s Legal Services Center.
Nnena has worked with the Harvard Mediation Program (HMP) and Harvard Program on Negotiation as trainer, and with Harvard Law School to supervise students learning mediation and negotiation. She has taught mediation at Suffolk and Boston College Law Schools, MIT, and New England School of Law. Nnena regularly speaks about a variety of topics, including self-care and mental health for students and faculty, establishing boundaries in a professional setting, race and gender, and LGBTQ+ rights.