Stacie Nicole Smith
Stacie Nicole Smith is Senior Mediator and Director of Workable Peace at CBI, where she is a mediator, facilitator, coach, and trainer. Stacie conducts trainings and designs public processes in a wide range of settings and contexts, both domestically and internationally. Her work includes curriculum development and training for international, national, and local government entities, NGOs, and schools; facilitation of multi-sector community and national stakeholder dialogues and collaborations; and assessment and mediation of national public policy issues.
As Director of Workable Peace, Stacie brings both academic and professional experience to the task of integrating negotiation and conflict management skills into high school history curricula. She oversees development and implementation of curriculum and additional resources, while planning and facilitating tailored teacher-and student workshops, maintaining relationships with teachers, and providing personalized support.
Stacie is a member of the Association for Conflict Resolution in the Education and Environment and Public Policy sections.
Areas of Focus
Community engagement, school construction, education, environment, land use, radon and air toxics, social and cultural resources, international development, diversity, voluntary collaboration and partnerships, NEPA, Superfund cleanup, senior project management, and online training and process-support tools
- No Child Left Behind Facilities and Construction Negotiated Rulemaking
- Facilitating Cape Cod National Seashore Dune Shacks Subcommittee
- National Radon Stakeholder Consensus Building Dialogue
- Applying Consensus Building And Conflict Resolution Methods To Heritage Place Management
Stacie holds a B.A. from Brown University and an M.A. from Columbia University Teachers College.
- A Didactic Case Study of Jarash Archaeological Site, Jordan
- Workable Peace: Ethnic Conflict and Genocide in Post-Colonial Africa
- Workable Peace: Indigenous Rights and the Environment in Latin America