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Marshall B. Rosenberg, founder and developer of Nonviolent Communication (NVC), developed and led NVC trainings and frequently presented all over the world -- offering the richness of NVC in both public and organizational contexts. Marshall is privileged and humbled to have had these enriching experiences and celebrates that CNVC continues to spread NVC all over the world.
Today, Marshall focuses his energy on projects closer to home, enjoying time with his wife, Valentina.
He is proud to have witnessed the growth of a talented Training Team and is confident in its ability to continue spreading NVC. Marshall encourages you to invite members of the Training Team to your community for NVC presentations and trainings.
In Marshall's own words, "I hope you will engage and support this new phase for CNVC so it can continue to fulfill the important roles it plays in helping spread and safeguard the integrity of NVC, the certification process & teaching."
The Center for Nonviolent Communication