Justice, Restorative Practices, the role of ritual in conflict resolution, Restorative Pedagogy
Lindsey Pointer is a restorative practices facilitator, educator and researcher. Her research investigates the role of ritual in reconciliation as a way to better understand and improve the effectiveness of the restorative justice process. Lindsey facilitates restorative justice conferences and provides training in restorative practices for university staff and students and community organizations. She previously worked with Longmont Community Justice Partnership in Colorado as the Community Restorative Justice Bilingual Program Manager. Her role involved training volunteers, police, and community partners in restorative practices.
Lindsey is currently completing a PhD in Restorative Justice at Victoria University with support from a Rotary Global Grant Scholarship and Fulbright. She has a B.A. in Religion with a minor in Nonviolence from Colorado College and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.