Shelly Clay-Robison

Consultant & Advisor

Peacebuilding, Pedagogy, and The Arts

Shelly brings years of experience in higher education, international human rights policy, arts-based peacebuilding, and women’s leadership. Her research and teaching combines training in anthropology, peace and conflict resolution, and the arts. 

Shelly is also an executive leadership and conflict resolution coach and is a certified MBTI practitioner. She is completing doctoral work at the Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University where she researches social movements, nonviolent resistance, and the arts in Indonesia.

Academic tutoring on peace and conflict issues

Community documentary screenings

Course & Curriculum development and design (post-secondary level)

Public lectures

Workshops organization

Applied research

Conflict analysis

Cultural sensitivity training

Qualitative research


Conflict assessment

Facilitative mediation

Team building

Community dialogue

Conflict management

Fieldwork/Field research

Truth-telling and truth-hearing