Irma Tyler-Wood currently resides as Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors at Beyond Conflict, and  is a Principal and founding member of Ki ThoughtBridge, a consulting firm that specializes in leadership development, negotiation, change management and conflict resolution. Prior to founding Ki ThoughtBridge, Ms. Tyler-Wood practiced corporate law in Washington, D.C. and became a partner in Conflict Management, Inc., the firm started by her former law Professor, Roger Fisher.

While a studying at Harvard Law School, Ms. Tyler-Wood worked as a negotiation Teaching Fellow with Roger Fisher and served as the Assistant Director of the Conflict Clinic at the Harvard Negotiation Project.

At Ki ThoughtBridge, Ms. Tyler-Wood consults nationally and internationally with corporate, government, and other public sector clients by enhancing their negotiation and conflict resolution skills and by facilitating/mediating the resolution of complex, high stakes disputes. Her work with organizational leaders involves building their adaptive leadership capacity and skills to implement major change initiatives, resolve complex multi-party disputes, build strong teams and create, enhance, and/or repair strategic business relationships.

In a decade of experience in this field, some of the organizations with which Ms. Tyler-Wood has worked include, the American Medical Association, Harvard Graduate School of Education, IBM, VMware, Johnson & Johnson, Eli Lilly, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, AT&T, Con Edison, The New York City Transit Authority, The National Arthritis Foundation, Smith College, and the Montgomery County Schools.