Eliane Markoff comes from the business world. She worked twenty years for a Fortune 500 high tech company managing work forces in the United States and Europe.She lent her considerable listening and mediation skills as an unofficial ombudsperson to build bridges among corporate divisions and individuals who needed to collaborate to be successful.With a high emotional IQ, Markoff brings creative solutions to workplace conflicts. She has mediated shareholder disputes within close corporations and conflicts among family members over will and estate contests. She has found during her mediation sessions that it is rarely just about the money.Markoff spent four years as an adjunct professor at Bentley University teaching organizational behavior and conflict resolution to both undergraduate and graduate students.Recently, Markoff moderated a mediation panel sponsored by the Small Business Association of New England (SBANE).Eliane is one of the 125 women to appear in Boston Globe’s Bill Brett’s book, Inspirational Women of Boston.
Eliane received her mediation training from the Cambridge Dispute Resolution and the Boston Law Collaborative.
Markoff serves on the Board of Trustees for Wheelock College and is Founder of Art in Giving.
Markoff is fluent in French and Arabic and earned her MBA from Boston College and her BA in Economics from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.