(L-R) Donald Tobin, Dean of the University of Maryland’s Francis King Carey School of Law; Rizwan Siddiqi, PE, EBA President & CEO; Deborah Thompson Eisenberg, Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Center for Dispute Resolution; and Jonathan Rosenthal, Esq., Director of the Maryland Judiciary’s Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office.
EBA Engineering Inc.’s President & CEO, Rizwan Siddiqi, PE, has successfully graduated from the Maryland Public Policy Conflict Resolution Fellows Program, which brings together influential leaders in Maryland for intensive negotiation, conflict resolution, and consensus-building training. The program supports a statewide network of fellows with the necessary knowledge and skills to prevent and resolve complex public policy conflicts.
Siddiqi and his 2017 Class of Fellows—the seventh class in the program to date—will help achieve effective and sustainable solutions to Maryland’s critical public policy issues. Siddiqi completed an interactive two-day program, during which he and his classmates learned from each other and from nationally-recognized experts.
Each class includes leaders from the legislative, judicial, and executive branches of State and local government, as well as leaders of faith-based, business, education, and non-profit organizations.
The Maryland Public Policy Conflict Resolution Fellows Program is sponsored by the Maryland Judiciary; the University of Maryland, Baltimore; and the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.