The IIRP Board of Trustees are holders of the organizational trust and mission. Our trustees bring many different perspectives and experiences in fields such as law, higher education, faith, public education, private foundations, government relations, management and child welfare, which mirror the numerous arenas where restorative practices are being implemented.
Stacey Miller, Ed.D.
Assistant Provost for Inclusion, Valparaiso University & Managing Partner for CIE (The Consortium for Inclusion & Equity), LLC, Essex Junction, Vermont and Valparaiso...
IIRP Europe Regional Representative, Budapest, Hungary
Vidia Negrea is a clinical psychologist, restorative practitioner and trainer in Hungary and Eastern Europe, and a...
Flor García Mencos
Executive Director, Asociación para el Liderazgo en Guatemala, Antigua, Guatemala
Flor García Mencos is a clinical psychologist who supports the professional and personal...
Mark Vander Vennen
Executive Director, Shalem Mental Health Network, Ontario, Canada
Mark Vander Vennen, M.A., M.Ed, R.S.W., is a marriage and family therapist and registered social worker...
John W. Bailie, Ph.D.
President, International Institute for Restorative Practices, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA
Prior to becoming IIRP president, Dr. John Bailie directed the International...
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Saint Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri
Professor Lynn Branham’s expertise centers on correctional and sentencing law and...
Dennis P. DePaul
Executive Director, Camp Ta-Kum-Ta, South Hero, Vermont
Dennis P. DePaul is the Executive Director for Vermont’s Camp Ta-Kum-Ta, a year-round camping nonprofit...
Training and Development Coordinator, Ligand, Kortrijk, Belgium
Stijn Deprez is the training and development coordinator at Ligand, a center for preventative and restorative...
John Braithwaite, Ph.D.
Professor, Law Program, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University
Dr. John Braithwaite is a renowned criminologist and leader in the...