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JEANNE-MARIE ALMONOR

Jeanne-Marie Almonor is an expert negotiator and co-founder of Alignor. Ms. Almonor is a graduate of Harvard Law School, where she studied with Professor Roger Fisher, co-author of the seminal work on interest-based negotiating, Getting to Yes. Ms. Almonor provides negotiation and conflict resolution training to United Nations personnel at the UN War Crimes Tribunal for Rwanda.

Ms. Almonor has worked in private legal practice as a litigator and negotiator, representing large corporate clients and handling high profile public interest litigation for more than a decade. Ms. Almonor has pioneered innovative and effective approaches to implementing interest-based analysis in large organizations. Prior to co-founding Alignor, Ms. Almonor worked as Executive Director of India Operations for Grupo Televisa, a Mexican-based multinational corporation in the entertainment industry.

Ms. Almonor has conducted negotiation training workshops for hundreds of attorneys, business people, and other negotiators.

Along with one of the co-founders of Alignor, Ms. Almonor wrote and directed the award-winning and critically acclaimed human rights movie ‘JUSTICE.’

“At Harvard, I learned the importance of relationships. Don’t take advantage of someone today hoping you won’t see them tomorrow-people have a long memory, and if you are lucky there are a lot of tomorrows.”