Maggie Lewis specializes in collaborative process and conflict resolution strategies designed to save time, money and maximize joint gains. Lewis serves as a mediator, facilitator and trainer for public, private and non-profit leaders to transform debate into dialogue to find “common sense”, common ground solutions. She has designed dispute resolution systems and managed a variety of dispute resolution programs. She is listed on the U.S. Institute of Environmental Conflict Resolution roster of conflict resolution professionals.
Courses taught include MHR 7244 Business Negotiation, MHR 4244 Negotiation, MHR 4221Competencies for Managing People, MHR 2210 Leadership and Teamwork, MHR 3211 Leadership and Character, PA 6530 Negotiation Skills, PA 7551Collaborative Governance, PA 6050 Managing Public Organizations. Lewis also serves as Advisor to the Sustained Dialogue Campus Group at OSU.
Lewis holds a M.A. from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University and a
B.A. from the Ohio State University.