Mary Elizabeth Lynch, M.A., J.D., is a co-founder and the president of the Personal Transformation and Courage Institute, where she serves as one of its principal course leaders. She is an educator, mentor and coach for integrative health and for leadership. Mary Elizabeth is an adjunct faculty member at George Mason University where she developed and teaches a course about the science of well-being and how it informs career success for those in helping professions and leadership positions. She helped develop and was a faculty member for the Advanced Coaching Certificate Program in Generative Well-Being at George Mason University.
Mary Elizabeth is a leader in her own right as co-founder and president of a non-profit organization, PTCI. Founded in 2000, it provides in-depth learning experiences about how to deeply connect with one’s values and Ideals as the foundation to transform blocks to one’s personal well-being and professional success.
Mary Elizabeth’s training is in philosophy (a master’s degree from the University of Dayton) and in law (a juris doctor degree from the University of Virginia School of Law). She was in private practice for many years, specializing in family law and employment law. She then transformed her law practice into providing services as an attorney/mediator in which she specialized in alternative dispute resolution for personal and professional conflicts. She served on the Board of Directors for the Virginia Mediation Network and taught mediation training programs through the Northern Virginia Mediation Services organization.
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