Joan Sabott
February 16 | 2015

Joan is an experienced process designer and facilitator of complex, multiparty decision-making and public input processes. She has helped stakeholders and members of the public provide meaningful and valuable input and, when necessary, come to long-term and sustaining agreements addressing public policy and environmental issues during even the most of contentious projects. Joan also brings a background in training and teaching on stakeholder engagement, public involvement and dispute resolution. She teaches at the Werner Institute for Negotiation and Dispute Resolution at Creighton University Law School and also designs customized training workshops for organizations and agencies of all sizes.