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Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary

Creative. Capacity to develop and implement strategies and notice gaps that advance the programmatic and organizational objectives while working successfully in a collaborative, fast-paced, deadline-driven environment

Expertise. Extensive experience and knowledge restorative justice, a practice, philosophy, and ethos based in inclusivity and belonging.

People Management. Keen understanding of workflow and people management that inspires, energizes, and build trust with team members. Spokesperson. Frequently serves as senior level representative and organizational liaison at conferences, symposia, agency and inter-agency-wide groups and panels regarding technical assistance and policy change for criminal justice.

Communication. Demonstrates strong relational and emotional intelligence, with the ability to express thoughts clearly and effectively. A great listener.

Team player -Loves to play a role in a dynamic and growing team. Liberation Framework. A strong commitment to ending racial and socioeconomic disparities and injustice

Innovator. Ability to thrive in changing environments, juggle multiple projects, with immediate and unexpected deadlines

Skills
  • Leadership
  • Leadership development
  • Criminal and Juvenile Legal System
  • Presentations
  • Problem solving
  • Strategy
  • Technical assistance
  • Vision
  • Strategic Planning
  • Team management
  • Relationship development
Education
University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, CA Expected in BACHELOR OF ARTS : Ethnic Studies - GPA :

GPA: 3.1

Work History
Tehama County Department Of Education - CO-DIRECTOR
Red Bluff, CA, 05/2016 - Current
  • At its core, restorative justice is about relationships—how you create, nurture, and mend them when a harm has occurred. It’s based on the philosophy that we are all interconnected, that we live in relationship with one another, and that our actions impact each other. With that ethos, I lead Impact Justice’s Restorative Justice Project that trains and provides technical assistance to community and legal system partners to meet the needs of survivors, reduce youth criminalization, center racial equity in the juvenile legal system through our national evidence-based restorative justice diversion model. In addition, I develop internal that support growth and expansion of our program portfolios, while managing the strategic plans, budgets, and our fiscal and human resources.
  • Mobilize and inspire a team towards department and organization goals, that increases productivity, employee satisfaction, and attentive to the emerging needs allowing for adaptation, problem solving and collaboration.
  • Partner with community members, District Attorney Offices, Public Defenders officer, advocates, funders, media, and industry experts.
  • Assess the execution of the strategy, guided by the vision – tracking metrics, analyzing trends, and evaluating progress.
  • Manage training and technical assistance as well as the outcomes of the programs themselves to ensure quantitative and qualitative data is readily available to inform decisions, guide best practices and encourage iterative refinement.
COMMUNITY COORDINATOR, RESTORATIVE JUSTICE COMMUNITY CONFERENCES, Community Works - PROGRAM ACHIEVEMENTS
City, STATE, 04/2015 - 06/2016
  • Facilitated over 25 county-wide restorative dialogues between survivors and people who have caused harm for for felony- level charges that created pathways towards healing though a process of accountability and truth-telling.
  • Designed and facilitated restorative justice trainings and meetings for community partners and institutions.
  • Managed multiple- cases loads through efficient record keeping of program data to evaluate and refine program deliverables, Supported over 25 youth, 10 survivors, 50 family and community’ members find a pathway towards healing.
ALLIANCE ACADEMY AND WESTLAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL, Oakland Unified School District - CONSULTANT
City, STATE, 09/2003 - 04/2015
  • Designed and implemented one of the first school-based Restorative Justice school discipline approaches that emphasized creating a culture of belonging to support the socio-emotional needs of students, families, and staff.
  • Led leadership and professional development trainings on building culture and creating inclusive spaces for staff and administration.
  • Led school site through various healing processes post traumatic events and incidents.
  • Developed, trained, and coached over 150 youth Restorative Justice Peacemakers, and 150 Youth Leaders.
  • Collaborated with on-site agencies such-as the Family Resource Center, Mental Health Therapist and the Health Center to provide wrap around care and support for youth and families.
  • Co -created Meaningful Student Engagement Leadership Curriculum OUSD that is still being used today to support leadership development Jessica Claire– Resume, Page Two Jessica Claire– Resume, Page Three Talks and Major Presentations Jessica speaking at Princeton’s Students for Prison Education & Reform conference 4/19.
Accomplishments
  • Tripled the number national programs, while supporting older programs to grow and secured nearly $2million to expand and sustain national programs.
  • During CoVID, led the team to create the first of its kind virtual guidebook to support the continuation and advancement of the national programs.
  • Using human center approach, I energized my team execute of the first national convening of restorative justice diversion that created an unparallel experience for our participants.
  • My leadership inspired creativity and used feedback to make adjustments in real time.
  • Launched the first national program outside of California which led to the development of future national programs.
  • Managed the development of a robust restorative justice toolkit providing communities with a step-by-step guide to create a culturally responsive, survivor-oriented restorative diversion program, during the last few months engagement has gone up by 54% ORGANIZATION ACHIEVEMENTS.
  • Inspired IJ team member to advocate and give feedback to Zoom that created structural changes to their platform that were culturally sensitive.
  • Co-lead diversity and inclusion process to gather staff needs and facilitate an organization-wide conversation of 50 people to address concerns around racism and implicit bias in the workplace.
  • This process led to concrete actions for engagement for staff, such as the development of two work groups (Diversity and Inclusion and Employee Engagement and Development).
  • Operationalize organization values.
  • Host and Emcee Organization Annual Staff Retreat.
  • Developed hiring practice, that increased the number of BIPOC applicants and retained one of the most diverse teams in the organization, through multi-tiered process that involved all team member for feedback and participation.
Affiliations
  • 15-PLUS YEARS’ EXPERIENCE INNOVATING, IMPLEMENTING, AND ASSESSING INITIATIVES FOR BELONGING
  • Creative. Capacity to develop and implement strategies and notice gaps that advance the programmatic and organizational objectives while working successfully in a collaborative, fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
  • Expertise. Extensive experience and knowledge restorative justice, a practice, philosophy, and ethos based in inclusivity and belonging.
  • People Management. Keen understanding of workflow and people management that inspires, energizes, and build trust with team members.
  • Spokesperson. Frequently serves as senior level representative and organizational liaison at conferences, symposia, agency and inter-agency-wide groups and panels regarding technical assistance and policy change for criminal justice.
  • Communication. Demonstrates strong relational and emotional intelligence, with the ability to express thoughts clearly and effectively. A great listener.
  • Team player -Loves to play a role in a dynamic and growing team.
  • Liberation Framework. A strong commitment to ending racial and socioeconomic disparities and injustice
  • Innovator. Ability to thrive in changing environments, juggle multiple projects, with immediate and unexpected deadlines
Additional Information

2007 – Current BrasArte World Dance Center, Board Member and Principal Dancer

2017 – Current OneLife Institute, Board Member

2017 – 2018 Nation Association for Communities and Restorative Justice, Advisory Committee

2014- 2016 Shabang! Steel Drum Band, Steel Drum Percussionist

2010 -2014 Berkeley Free Clinic, Lay health Car Medic

2019 Lead Now California Fellow

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

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School Attended

  • University of California, Berkeley

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  • CO-DIRECTOR
  • PROGRAM ACHIEVEMENTS
  • CONSULTANT

Degrees

  • BACHELOR OF ARTS

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