Marissa Seiler is a queer, mixed-race Asian American facilitator and conflict resolution consultant living in Portland. Her work focuses on leadership ethics, interpersonal connection, and personal power. She specializes in highlighting external and internal power dynamics within conflict, and the potential to transform conflict as a means of authentic connection and deep collaboration. She believes in the potency for transformational change on both a macro systemic and micro interpersonal level. As a Process Work therapist and consultant, she empowers individuals and organizations to grow at the edge of their own emergence.
Education:Postgraduate Certificate in Process-Oriented Facilitation and MA from the Process Work Institute, BA from Lewis & Clark College