Mark Lewis is a practitioner of conflict resolution and cross-cultural communication. He is a trainer, mediator, facilitator, and coach.
Mark works with individuals, teams, organizations and communities to resolve conflict and understand issues of culture, identity and diversity.

Mark has an MS in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University (ICAR). He has mediated disputes for the Alameda County Superior Court and the Council of Better Business Bureaus. He has also delivered training on narrative facilitation for the Judicial Council of California. Mark has a BA in English and a minor in Sociology and Writing from the University of Puget Sound.

Mark has delivered cross-cultural training in the U.S. and Germany for Charis Intercultural Training Corporation, and Inwent/CDG. He speaks fluent German.

With Abbott Communications, Mark co-authored several articles: The Three-Ring Circus of Business and Teaching, Managing the Know-it-all, The Time Factor and Humor in the Classroom.