Beth Weaver

Beth Weaver

Beth Weaver

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Position or Title Mediator

Professional Biography Beth Weaver is a Facilitator in RESOLVE’s Washington, DC office where she convenes and facilitates consensus-building and policy dialogues and serves as a project manager for a number of collaborative programs and initiatives. Her work focuses on bringing communities and policymakers together to engage in productive dialogues on complex environmental, health, and social issues at the local and national level. Project experience includes natural resources management, environmental health, climate resilience, and community engagement. As a facilitator, she has worked with stakeholders across the country, including citizens, Tribal representatives, industry representatives, environmental advocates, scientists, and agency staff.Beth earned a Master of Science from George Mason University’s Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and American Culture from the University of Michigan. Prior to joining RESOLVE, Beth worked as a fundraising, marketing, and communications professional, focused mostly on campaigns promoting collaborative environmental protection.

Address Line 1 1255 23rd St., NW #275

City Washington

State District of Columbia

Zip 20037

Phone 202-975-6211

Small Business No

GSA Schedule Provider Yes

Federal Employee No

Native Dispute Resolution Network No

Total Cases Last 10 Years 6

ECR Services Provided

Facilitation of Collaboration or Conflict Resolution EffortMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2014
Joint Fact Finding/Neutral EvaluationClimate Resilience Organizing Committee2014
Strategic Planning for Collaboration or Conflict Resolution EffortClimate Resilience Organizing Committee2014
Policy DialoguesNational Environmental Health Partnership Council2014
Conflict/Situation AssessmentGraham Quarry Community Liaison Committee2014
Public Engagement/Public InputContinental Dialogue of Non-Native Forest Insects and Diseases2013

Case Experience by Subject Matter

Ecosystem ManagementMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2014
Endangered Species and/or Critical HabitatMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2014
Watershed Management and/or PlanningMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2014
Climate ChangeClimate Resilience Organizing Committee2014
Environmental HealthNational Environmental Health Partnership Council2014
Public HealthNational Environmental Health Partnership Council2014
Native American, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiu2019ian IssuesNational Tribal Environmental Health Think Tank2014
Forest and Timber IssuesContinental Dialogue of Non-Native Forest Insects and Diseases2013

Case Size

Cases involving more than 60 participantsMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2014
Cases involving 15 to 60 participantsNational Environmental Health Partnership Council2014
Cases involving more than 3 but less than 15 participantsGraham Quarry Community Liaison Committee2014

Case Jurisdiction/Scale

National or regionally significant casesMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2014
Large landscape scaleMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2014
IntergovernmentalMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2014
Multi-jurisdictionalMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2014
InteragencyMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2014
Local/communityGraham Quarry Community Liaison Committee2014
Tribal governmentNational Tribal Environmental Health Think Tank2014
InternationalClimate Investment Funds2012

Process Support Services

Meeting Support
Support ServiceCaseYear
Experience in a team of multiple ECR ProfessionalsMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2014
Engagement of technical experts/third party science advisorsMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2014
Logistical and administrative support (organizing logistics for meetings, notetaking, etc.)Continental Dialogue of Non-Native Forest Insects and Diseases2013
Collaborative Technologies
Collaborative TechnologyCaseYear
Engagement/Communication Tools (e.g., polling tools, social media, collaborative document production, video conferencing, webinars, ideation tools)Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2014
Project Websites (static, interactive, portals, etc.)Continental Dialogue of Non-Native Forest Insects and Diseases2013

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