Founder and Lead Trainer:

Liz London is the founder and lead trainer of Constructive Communities.  She has worked with community-based organizations, youth development practitioners, international non-profits, summer camps, undergraduate and graduate students, grassroots movements, and a wide variety of other communities and partners. She holds a Master’s of Science in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University.

Previously, she worked as a Program Manager for Access YouthInc. supporting conflict mediation and whole school restorative practices at public high schools in Washington D.C.  She has also served as a Program Manager at One Common Unity, coordinating an afterschool peace education program for youth in D.C.; facilitated book groups and poetry workshops with youth in Chicago at Literature for All of Us; and worked as a dialogue facilitator with Face to Face/Faith to Faith, an international, interfaith dialogue-based program for teens.

Liz is from New York City and received her undergraduate degree from Vassar College. Outside of work, Liz loves to travel as much as possible, cook, practice yoga, and play board games.

Feel free to download this PDF one-pager, which includes an overview of the practice, core training and facilitation offerings, and the trainer bio.

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