CNM Trainers

Beth Morrow, Assistant Dean, Lipscomb University

Beth Morrow serves Lipscomb University as assistant dean for marketing and recruitment for the Institutes of Conflict Management, Civic Leadership, Sustainable Practice and Law, Justice & Society.    A range of experiences in administration for nonprofit organizations gives her a passion for all types of community leaders and the complex issues they face.   With a team of expert trainers, interventionists and faculty, she specializes in promoting conflict competency to leadership groups, educators, elected officials, health care providers, legal practitioners and business managers.   
Fifteen years in communications, fundraising, sales and marketing include project and volunteer management on efforts to retain the city’s NHL team and the campaign to gain critical early political support for the Music City Center.   Life-changing roles include serving as a volunteer crisis counselor for Nashville’s suicide hotline (Family & Children’s’ Services) and a post as Executive Director for an organization outside of Charlotte, NC, providing crisis assistance for families impacted by economic changes in the Carolinas.    She loves children, soccer, bulldogs and the High Line Park in NYC.