This bio is current as of 2020.
Bridget Mullins is an ardent process design architect, playful learner, and creative collaborator with an interest in using the arts as tools for social change. She enjoys experimenting with simple social technologies and group interaction structures to design engaging and effective processes for reflection, dialogue, strategic planning, and collaborative learning. Her eclectic skills are grounded in conflict transformation, peacebuilding, anti-racism, restorative justice, complexity science, experiential learning, liberating structures, graphic facilitation, improv theater, and vocal performance. For the last decade, Mullins has collaborated with U.S. and internationally-based NGOs dedicated to seeking sustainable solutions to social injustices and violent conflict. She has worked in more than 10 countries, particularly in Central and South America.