Restorative Facilitator [Youth: Education, Advocacy & Restorative Services]
Christopher joined the Legal Rights Center as a Restorative Facilitator and Youth Advocate in 2019..
His professional experiences range considerably: naval military security, retail management, higher educational editing, writing instruction and training, international manufacturing management, middle/high school instruction (private-school setting), higher education academic affairs, refugee case management for trauma-informed minors, and program development and implementation in mediation and restorative practices.
Chris received his PhD in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from Nova Southeastern University (School of Humanities and Social Sciences), and his BA in Social Psychology from Florida Atlantic University. His particular areas of expertise include: group based conflicts dealing with religion, culture, and nationalism; the experience of vulnerable populations during and after conflict; and the use of restorative practices in schools, courts, and communities at large.