Leila Peterson

 
Leila Peterson has provided conflict resolution, change management, and leadership development services to both governmental and private clients for more than eleven years. Her practice focuses on public and community conflict, specializing in processes that allow government, private, and community stakeholders to tackle difficult issues together. Leila also teaches as an adjunct professor in the George Mason University Conflict Analysis and Resolution program.
 
Leila received a Master of Science degree in Conflict Analysis and Resolution, from George Mason University in 1998 and a Bachelor of Arts in Politics from Earlham College in 1993. She is an Associate Member of the Association for Conflict Resolution (formerly the Society for Professionals in Dispute Resolution (SPIDR)).
 
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