Dorit Perry, a graduate of Boalt Hall School of Law, UC Berkeley, has over 25 years of experience in culture, communication and conflict resolution. She has practiced international corporate law in Europe, Asia and the United States, and has spearheaded global initiatives at Intel Corporation. She develops and leads trainings for attorneys, financial professionals and computer industry managers.
Mrs. Perry is an adjunct Professor of Law and Business, lecturing on Negotiation, Business Communication and Dispute Resolution. She leads 40-Hour Mediator Certification, and Culture and Bias Training Programs. In addition to designing mediation curricula she also serves as a judge in the annual International Mediation Competition in Paris, France focusing on international cultural conflict.
Mrs. Perry also provides leadership and curriculum development for Camp Everytown, a 4-day diversity experience. She trains and speaks on culture, bias and conflict. She also works to resolve workplace conflict and grievance matters.
Mrs. Perry's extensive international experience includes living, working and traveling to over 70 countries and speaking 6 languages. She provides dispute resolution and training services in Hebrew and Spanish.