In fact, we like to ask, “What would the world look like if everyone negotiated like a woman?”
We know the personal, cultural and political landscapes that impact your ability to ask for what you want, and we help you overcome them. Not just because you demand it or deserve it, but because the world needs what you have to offer, and without women, business suffers (people and profits).
We’ve been frequent contributors to The Daily Muse, Forbes and LinkedIn, and the work of She Negotiates has been featured on NPR, CNN, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Glamour, Real Simple, and many others.
Victoria brings a quarter century of legal practice followed by a decade of mediation, arbitration and negotiation experiences to every engagement. As a former commercial litigator and trial attorney, Victoria not only knows the art of persuasion but also the fears, hopes and challenges faced by corporate CEOs, small business owners and fellow professionals. After earning her Master’s in conflict resolution from the world-famous Straus Institute at Pepperdine University School of Law, she published two books on the psychology of conflict and the practicalities of assisted negotiation - The Grownups’ ABCs of Conflict Resolution and Success as a Mediator for Dummies.
Victoria brought her passion for fair compensation to her membership on the Pay Equity Task Force convened by the California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls.
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