Jonathan Bradley, Kat Culberg, and Julie Shackford-Bradley
Jonathan Bradley is a practicing mediator and a restorative justice specialist, currently working for the Pittsburg Unified School District as an RJ Coordinator. Prior to that, he was restorative justice coach for SEEDS Community Resolution Center, implementing RJ programs at Bay Area Schools and communities. Formerly, he worked at Community Works West as a Community Conferencing Coordinator, where he offered RJ diversion programs for youth who had been convicted of felony-level offenses. His specialization is working with families in crisis to offer restorative approaches to conflicts and harm.
Ramsay Boly is a second-year Burkinabe-American graduate student with the Master of Development Practice. Ramsay’s values and identities draw from a global spectrum of cultures, ideologies, and narratives. Ramsay completed a B.A. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution with a minor in Non-Profit Studies at George Mason University before taking on the entrepreneur lifestyle. Ramsay believes that modern development urgently needs a shift away from identity-based politics and paternalistic practices, that reflects divine interdependence to enable true collaboration. His work towards these goals focuses on self-cultivation, restorative justice, diversity inclusivity, conflict resolution, youth empowerment, social entrepreneurship, and collaborative impact.
Katherine (Kat) Culberg began her career as a registered nurse and quickly developed a passion for working in public health and social justice. Her focus has been on impacted, adolescent youth in urban, underserved, under-resourced areas. She has been active in providing direct service and in developing and managing school-based health centers in Oakland. Over the last few years, she has studied, trained and participated in restorative justice work resulting in a position with Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth (RJOY) directing the Circles of Support and Accountability Re-entry program in the Alameda County Juvenile Hall.
Jose ‘Eddie’ Estrada has been a Restorative Justice Practitioner at Berkeley High School for 3 years. His work entails coaching and modeling restorative practices, offering support to classrooms and teachers, collaborating with staff to refine restorative interventions, and providing tailored trainings to meet the needs of everyone involved. He previously worked with SEEDS Community Resolution Center and oversaw the implementation of RJ in over ten school sites for the Napa Valley School District.
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Alexander Pedro Mayorga has been a Restorative Justice Coordinator with SEEDS Cultivating Community, Transforming Conflict for 2 years. Pedro’s experience includes conflict resolution, group facilitation, youth mentoring and teaching students self-awareness and cultural humility. Additionally, Pedro has provided professional development workshops for teachers, administration, and school personnel on topics such as social justice and structural racism. His background includes being an active community volunteer, ESL Instructor in Bay Point and a former interpreter for the Mt. Diablo Unified School District.
Julie Shackford-Bradley is the co-founder and coordinator of the Restorative Justice Center at UC Berkeley. Prior to founding the RJ Center, she taught in the field of Peace and Conflict Studies for 15 years. The RJ Center offers services, programs and trainings for campus and the local community in RJ and restorative practices. Julie has facilitated many trainings for colleges and universities, with focus on building solidarity for social justice, improving communication across difference, responding to bias and sexual harm. She is actively engaged with PRISM (Promoting Restorative Initiatives for Sexual Misconduct) as a writer and trainer.