Reena Bernards is President of the Dialogue Project, which was founded in 1988 to bring together women leaders from the American Jewish and Palestinian communities, and has expanded to foster diversity training and conflict resolution. She has worked with scores of clients including the League of Women Voters, National Wildlife Federation, National Multicultural Institute and Search for Common. Through grants from the United States Department of State, she has trained women non-governmental leaders in Middle Eastern countries, including Syria and Morocco. She has conducted peace dialogues between Israelis and Palestinians, Armenians and Azeris, and between different ethnic groups in North America. She is on the boards of the Shefa Fund and the Jewish Multiracial Network. She has a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Harvard University.