Liz Bisson teaches management and leadership, and oversees the corporate partnerships and mentoring program for International Professional Development (IPD). She has conducted seminars at home and abroad on conflict resolution management practices and leadership perspectives for non-profits, UNO staff, and visiting scholars from South-Asia. In addition to UNO, Liz is a mediator with the Omaha Concord Mediation Center assisting in the resolution of conflicts for both Douglas and Sarpy County’s small-claims courts. Previous professional experience includes capital development and fund-raising projects of over $36 million to benefit the Omaha non-profit and educational community; and corporate-retail fashion buying and product development budgets in excess of $60 million. She holds a Master of Science degree in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution from Creighton University Law School where she developed an interest in cultural conflict resolution and international affairs. Her bachelor’s degree is from the University of Texas Arlington in Business Administration with concentrations in Management, Marketing and Accounting. Current community service interests include Westside Community Schools, Omaha Parks Foundation, Omaha Sister Cities Association, and Tri Sigma Alumni Chapter. Personal interests are foreign travel and current events, mahjongg, yoga, and trap & skeet.