Ann Driscoll is a Carsey Fellow for NH Listens. She is an educator, mediator, facilitator, and organizational development consultant. Her interests in engagement that emphasizes inclusion in the process and equity in the outcome -- coalition building, conflict intervention/social justice mediation, and community and organizational change -- are what have led her to NH Listens.
In addition to years of service as a consultant, Ann was the founding director of the MA in Socially Responsible Business & Sustainable Communities program at Goddard College, a core faculty member in the Department of Organization & Management at Antioch New England Graduate School, and a Program Director for the University of New Hampshire’s Browne Center for Innovative Learning.
Ann has a graduate certificate in Mediation & Applied Conflict Studies from The Woodbury Institute at Champlain College; doctorate in Applied Behavioral Sciences (with emphasis in multicultural organizational development and social justice education) from the University of Massachusetts; MST in English from the University of New Hampshire; and BA in English and Secondary Education Teaching Certification from St. Louis University.