Intersectionally-Focused Negotiation

Session II of the Spring 2019 GAINS workshop series focuses on the basic elements of negotiation. Understand the gendered nature of negotiation and how gender interacts with other inequalities, like race, in negotiation. Consider what you can negotiate for – it’s not just money. Learn about the institutional arrangements that can make the negotiation process more transparent and fairer for all.

About our Guest Speaker, Margaret Anderson-Kelliher:

Margaret Anderson Kelliher has taught negotiation at the Humphrey School for 12 years as an adjunct instructor.  She served 12 years in the Minnesota House of Representatives, four of those as Speaker of the House, where she used negotiation every day.  She serves as the President and CEO of the Minnesota High Technology Association. She has a BA from Gustavus Adolphus and an MPA from Harvard's Kennedy School.  She serves on many non-profit boards.  Her family keeps her in tip-top negotiation form, she is married and has two young adult children.  In free moments she likes to run, sew and read.

Margaret Anderson-Kelliher
Margaret Anderson-Kelliher, President & CEO, Minnesota High Technology Association