Daniel Green

Daniel Green

As a Principal Consultant at Insight Partners, Dan serves as a consultant, facilitator and mediator in the fields of negotiation, effective communication, team effectiveness and conflict management.  He specializes in working with clients in the financial services and technology sectors. In addition to extensive work with Fortune 500 companies, his non-profit and governmental clients include FINCA International, the Colombian Air Force, G(irls)20, the National University of Colombia and many others. Mr. Green’s experience includes mediating several large investment disputes between Latin American Governments, corporations and international investors; advising Francisco Galán, Commander and Spokesman of the ELN Guerrillas in Colombia; and acting as negotiation advisor to the late Dr. Josef Kates, co-founder of Kates, Peat & Marwick (now KPMG).

Mr. Green was awarded the Insight Fellowship where he spent a year studying the role of emotions in negotiation in the United States, China, India and Uganda.  He is a former adjunct Professor at EAFIT University and has guest-lectured at Harvard Law School and at Columbia University.  He is Canadian, and fluent in Spanish.  Mr. Green earned a B.A. from McGill University and a master’s degree from Columbia University where he studied at the Center for International Conflict Resolution.