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Elizabeth Fierman

Consensus Building Institute

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Member profile details

Membership level
Technical Service Member (Organization)
 

Profile/Perfil

First name
Elizabeth
Last name
Fierman
Website
Organization
Consensus Building Institute
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General Information

Nationality
United States
Bio
Elizabeth Fierman - Director, CBI Chile

Elizabeth (Betsy) Fierman is a mediator, facilitator, trainer, and researcher with 10 years of experience in the field of conflict management and collaborative problem solving. She has worked with government agencies, NGOs, multilateral organizations, private companies and communities to address socio-environmental conflicts, design and implement multi-stakeholder engagement processes, and improve dialogue and negotiation skills.

Based in Chile, Betsy is director of CBI’s Chile office. She has also worked with a variety of Chilean institutions, such as Casa de la Paz Foundation and the Agency for Sustainability and Climate Change. She has taught courses on alternative dispute resolution at the Universidad de Chile and the Pontifica Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, to both undergraduates and executive education students.

Betsy holds a Master's Degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, and a Bachelor’s Degree from Haverford College. She is a certified mediator by the State of Massachusetts, and is a certified facilitator for the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations. A native of Boston, USA, she is bilingual in English and Spanish.
 

Contact Information/Información de contacto

Country
Chile
City
Quilpué
Full address with zip code to receive membership materials
Amberes 542, Quilpué, V Región, CHILE
 

Professional background and Skills/Antecedentes y capacidades

Professional background
Elizabeth Fierman - Director, CBI Chile

Elizabeth (Betsy) Fierman is a mediator, facilitator, trainer, and researcher with 10 years of experience in the field of conflict management and collaborative problem solving. She has worked with government agencies, NGOs, multilateral organizations, private companies and communities to address socio-environmental conflicts, design and implement multi-stakeholder engagement processes, and improve dialogue and negotiation skills.

Based in Chile, Betsy is director of CBI’s Chile office. She has also worked with a variety of Chilean institutions, such as Casa de la Paz Foundation and the Agency for Sustainability and Climate Change. She has taught courses on alternative dispute resolution at the Universidad de Chile and the Pontifica Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, to both undergraduates and executive education students.

Betsy holds a Master's Degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, and a Bachelor’s Degree from Haverford College. She is a certified mediator by the State of Massachusetts, and is a certified facilitator for the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations. A native of Boston, USA, she is bilingual in English and Spanish.
Skills to share with the consortium
Mediation, facilitation, research, capacity building around dialogue and negotiation.
Languages
  • English
  • Spanish

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