Erica L. Fox

Erica FoxErica Fox is a management consultant and attorney who specializes in leadership development and conflict intervention. Ms. Fox's expertise lies in building leaders' capabilities and relationships, so that they are able to navigate significant organizational change and the conflicts that accompany them. Before establishing her consulting practice, Ms. Fox was the Director of Mediation Works Incorporated, and taught negotiation and mediation as a Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School. In addition to designing her workshops, Ms. Fox has served repeatedly as a teaching assistant for the late Roger Fisher and the Harvard Negotiation Project he directs, both in the basic and advanced negotiation sessions of the internationally attended Program of Instruction for Lawyers. Her expertise in mediation and alternative conflict resolution has taken her around the globe, teaching and advising people in Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, and Europe. Ms. Fox sits on Mediation Works Incorporated's Board of Directors and the Advisory Board of the Harvard Mediation Program. Over the past several years, she has collaborated with Diana Smith of Action Design and The Monitor Group on integrating theories of organizational change with theories of meditation. Ms. Fox worked as an attorney at the Boston law firm Hill & Barlow where she practiced in the litigation and corporate departments as well as the firm's Alternative Dispute Resolution Practice Group. She received her BA from Princeton University and her JD from Harvard Law School, where she published in the Harvard Negotiation Law Review. She is the Founder and Director of the Harvard Negotiation Insight Initiative.

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