Paul De Morgan, a Senior Mediator with RESOLVE since 1999, has over 16 years of experience facilitating and mediating multi-party, consensus-oriented policy dialogues and site-specific dispute resolution processes. His work has focused on issues related to natural resource management, with a recent emphasis on energy projects (hydro relicensing, transmission, LNG) and on species conservation and management. He has also worked on projects addressing issues in biotechnology and trends in agriculture. Mr. De Morgan has facilitated a wide range of processes, including site-specific consensus building efforts, Federal Advisory Committees, national policy dialogues, public workshops, and strategic planning processes. His most satisfying recent accomplishment was helping bring the Clackamas Hydro Relicensing negotiation to a successful conclusion.
Born in Calgary, Mr. De Morgan spent his early childhood in England, the Turks and Caicos Islands, Plattsburg, Charleston, and Portland. He graduated from the University of Oregon with a bachelor of science in economics and received his master’s degree in natural resource policy from the University of Michigan, where he wrote his thesis on environmental dispute settlement.
Mr. De Morgan worked with The Keystone Center prior to joining RESOLVE in 1999 and is a member of the Association for Conflict Resolution. He currently works out of Logan, Utah, and Portland, Oregon.
M.S., Resource Policy and Administration.
University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and Environment. 1994.
Bachelor of Science, Economics.
University of Oregon. 1990.