About

Highly-trained and experienced in theory and practice in all aspects and areas of Future of Work, Change Management, Emotional Intelligence based on Mindfulness, Group Centered Leadership and Administration, ADR, Conflict and Systems Design.

Jessica Panza graduated from Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law with a focus on Dispute Resolution from #1 ranked Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution.

She began her professional career at the United Nations where she cultivated skills and diplomatic disposition to conduct High-Level Dialogue (HLD), Executive-Level Correspondence (ELC) as well as interpretation, translation, and speechwriting in English and French.

She transitioned from the United Nations to become founder of her eponymous fine jewelry and goldsmithing company in Los Angeles, California. As an early adopter of the Maker Movement she created and produced white label goods for Anthropologie part of URBN, a portfolio of global consumer brands. Available at fine retailers and online here.

During the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic she evaluated the need in society for cultural and behavioral changes and decided to transition back to international and human relations emphasizing that focuses on relational mindfulness emphasizing Future of Work, Organizational Change Management, Emotional Intelligence based on Mindfulness, Group Centered Leadership and Administration, ADR, Conflict and Systems Design.

Mentors Stephanie Blondell, Ken Cloke, Joan Goldsmith, Peter Robinson, and David Wilburn Talbot were instrumental for their insights, knowledge, support, mindset of abundance and goodwill.