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Our People

Dr. Rachel Goldberg

rachelgoldberg@depauw.edu

Dr. Goldberg has been active in the field of Conflict Studies for over 20 years and is an experienced and proficient scholar, practitioner, researcher, teacher, and trainer. She is the supervisor of the Restorative Justice Program and assistant professor at DePauw University in Conflict Studies and head of her own consulting business, RMG Resilience.

Dr. Goldberg is a fully trained Restorative Justice facilitator, as well as host and head trainer for the program.

Ryan Pranger

ryanpranger_2015@depauw.edu

Ryan Pranger is a sophomore from Fort Wayne, IN. He has been involved with the Restorative Justice program since the Fall of his sophomore year at DePauw. As a Conflict Studies major, he is interested in looking as the oppression of minorities and hopes to create solutions to change institutions and practices within his community. He is also an Honors Scholar and Publicist for Exalt! DePauw Gospel Choir.

 
 

Ashley Isaac

ashleyisaac_2013@depauw.edu

Ashley Isaac is a senior from Toledo, Ohio. She is majoring in Conflict Studies and minoring in Astronomy.  She is interested pursuing a career in politics having spent the last two summers working in Washington, DC. Ashley joined the restorative justice program her junior year and was eager to help develop the program. As a member of the leadership council, Ashley is the Case Coordinator. Through the development of the program Ashley has applied her restorative justice training and mediation skills both in and out of the classroom as well as in her daily activities. 
 
Ashley is a fully trained facilitator for the Restorative Justice program.

Clark Edwards

clarkedwards_2014@depauw.edu

Clark Edwards is a junior from Western Springs, IL. She has been involved in the restorative justice since its beginning in 2010, and helps to spread awareness about the program on campus. She is a conflict studies major, and hopes to pursue a career with politics, government, or international education. She used many of the facilitation techniques taught in this program while working in South Africa this summer. Clark is also an Honor Scholar.

Clark is a fully trained facilitator for the Restorative Justice program.
 

Hannah Viti

hannahviti_2016@depauw.edu

Hannah Viti is a freshman from Chicago, IL. She became involved with the Restorative Justice club her first semester at DePauw University. She is hoping to pursue a double major in Education and Conflict Studies. She is hoping to use these skills to work with school reform in inner city public schools and equality for special education students. Hannah is also a Bonner Scholar and is hoping to be a fully trained facilitator for the program her sophomore year.

Rachel Massoud

rachelmassoud_2015@depauw.edu

Rachel is a Political Science major from Cincinnati, OH. At DePauw, she is an Honor Scholar, a University Tour Guide, a tutor for elementary school students, and an executive board member within her sorority. Rachel looks forward to her journey as a member of the Restorative Justice team!

 

Allison Orjala

allisonorjala_2014@depauw.edu

Allison Orjala is a junior from Minneapolis, MN. She has been involved with building the Restorative Justice program since Spring of her freshman year at DePauw. As a Conflict Studies major, she is interested in peacefully resolving disputes and hopes to work for her local government to help build social equality. She is also involved with the Office for Sustainability at DePauw and an ITAP Associate.

Allison is a fully trained facilitator for the Restorative Justice program.