Irma Tyler-Wood

Principal & Founding Member, Ki ThoughtBridge®

Irma is a Principal and founding member of Ki ThoughtBridge®, a consulting firm that specializes in leadership development, negotiation, change management, and conflict resolution. At Ki ThoughtBridge®, Irma consults nationally and internationally with corporate, government, and other public sector clients in negotiation training and resolving complex, high stakes disputes. She has advised and trained corporate and government clients to enable them to implement major change initiatives, resolve complex multi-party disputes, and create, enhance, and/or repair strategic business relationships. Some of the organizations with which Irma has worked include the American Medical Association, the Harvard Graduate School of Education, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Morgan Stanley, AT&T, and the National Arthritis Foundation.

Irma holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a B.A. in American History from Ball State University. While a student at Harvard, she worked as a negotiation Teaching Fellow with Roger Fisher and served as the Assistant Director of the Conflict Clinic at the Harvard Negotiation Project. After law school, Irma became a partner at CMI, a consulting firm started by her former law Professor, Roger Fisher.