With people transitioning out of prison, jail, probation, and parole; youth transitioning out of foster care; families that have suffered harm from violence; neighbors in a conflict that turned violent; school staff in conflict with each other; families in child welfare cases.
Areas of Interest and Service
Design engaging programs, provided facilitation, convene circles, record circles, evaluate outcomes, coaching and training.
Lorenn Walker, JD, MPH, is a public health educator and restorative lawyer who uses solution-focused approaches to develop and provide group processes including circles. She collaborates with schools, prisons, courts, law enforcement, NGOs and individuals to address injustice. She directs Hawaii Friends of Restorative Justice and is a professor of practice, University of Hawaii Public Policy Center. She has authored over 60 publications and trained thousands worldwide. She has facilitated hundreds of circles and restorative meetings including for CNN and the Oprah Winfrey Network. She is a Senior Fulbright Specialist for peacemaking. She has a personal interest in helping disenfranchised and marginalized populations.