Peter Wilner, JD, MPA
PMW Consulting

Peter Wilner is a public health policy and community engagement consultant. His management and leadership experience includes performance measurement, program management, research and policy design, and cultural and processed-based mediation and negotiation. His practice focuses on assisting public, private, and nonprofit organizations to identify priorities, and create and implement innovative and sustainable programming and work environments.

Mr. Wilner brings a wide variety of experience to the public health and community engagement fields. As a teacher and educator, he worked in peer mediation to teach non-violent conflict resolution skills to students. He designed and taught classes in history and politics, and also created, administered and taught music programming for middle and high school students. As a manager in the music industry, he collaborated with musicians and nonprofit organizations to organize fundraisers centered around live music performance. As a state court mediator, he assisted parties in small claims and summary process cases to reach resolution and avoid further court involvement.

Mr. Wilner uses his Spanish and Portuguese speaking skills and significant experience working with these populations to bridge cultural, social, professional and linguistic gaps that often exist between immigrant and non-immigrant communities. His diverse background allows him to effectively serve his clients by evaluating program effectiveness, managing and implementing processes for creating programmatic deliverables, and generating new programming initiatives.