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Maya Breitburg-Smith

Mediator

I love helping people who care deeply about the issues they work on think strategically together about how to solve complex problems.


Maya Breitburg-Smith, Mediator

Biography
Maya Breitburg-Smith is a Mediator in RESOLVE’s Washington, D.C., office, where she designs and facilitates collaborative processes and consensus-building dialogues to navigate complex and technical questions, bridge cultural divides, and engage diverse perspectives. Her work focuses primarily on environmental, natural resource, and public health issues. Her recent projects have focused on tribal and endangered species issues on the Missouri River, strategies for coordinated climate policy, and public input into state disaster preparedness plans.

Prior to joining RESOLVE, Maya served for three years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Fiji, where she organized a local environmental committee, managed community-based marine conservation projects, and facilitated project development and management trainings. Now, at RESOLVE, Maya’s facilitation, strategic approach, and subject matter expertise empower people involved in environmental, natural resource, and public health decision-making to reach sustainable solutions.
Key Projects
  • Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee
  • Hudson River Comprehensive Restoration Plan
Expertise
  • Mediation
  • Strategic Planning
  • Collaborative Process Design
  • Climate Policy
  • Natural Resource Management

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