Elizabeth (Liz) specializes in organizational behavior with an emphasis on collaboration in complex systems. She has been managing conflict as a lawyer, mediator, facilitator, and trainer for over 15 years. She focuses her efforts in the areas of health care, mental health, child welfare, education and other human services. As a previous faculty member at Georgetown University, Liz co-authored a monograph on a public health approach to children’s mental health. Liz brings broad experience in all phases of program design and implementation including: planning with small, large, and diverse stakeholder groups, conflict resolution among individuals and teams, coaching, and training in all levels of interaction from individual negotiation to large group facilitation.