Stacy Lennon has 25 years of experience as a negotiation and conflict management advisor, coach, and trainer for clients across Asia, the Middle East, Europe, sub-Saharan Africa, and North America. In 2016 she began to focus her practice on equipping women working in STEM careers with negotiation and conflict management skills.
Ms. Lennon designs and delivers customized learning initiatives around strategic negotiation, facilitation, consensus building, and difficult conversations. Her work focuses on helping clients more clearly and explicitly link thought, action, and results, whether the client's goal is to manage a multilateral negotiation, align internal stakeholders, create a successful joint venture, increase sales, or better manage a struggling team.
Recent corporate clients include Exxon Mobil, BAE Systems, General Mills, Intel, Lubrizol, Microsoft, Amgen, Dell Technologies, Bank of America, Deloitte & Touche, Sanofi, and Union Pacific. Ms. Lennon has also worked with the U.S. Air Force, the Federal Reserve, the World Health Organization, and the World Bank. In the nonprofit sector, Ms. Lennon has worked with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, Partnership Initiatives in Niger Delta, Phillips Academy, and The Nature Conservancy.
In the late 1990’s Ms. Lennon served on the teaching team of the Harvard Law School Negotiation Workshop. She has also taught at UMass-Boston, Johns Hopkins, and Georgetown. Currently, Ms. Lennon teaches negotiation and leadership at Tufts University.
Ms. Lennon holds a master's degree in international relations from The Fletcher School at Tufts University, and Master of City Planning and Bachelor of Science degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.