::Dee Matreyek::
Founder of The Restorative Justice Center

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Dee Matreyek is a social justice advocate and founder of the the Restorative Justice Center. She's conducted research in South Africa and has worked in Washington D.C. as a program assistant for the Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy, an organization which helped to facilitate dialogues and conflict resolution training throughout the world including Cyprus, India and Pakistan, Bosnia, and Tibet. Her post-graduate study has included peace building and multi-cultural conflict transformation courses at the Eastern Mennonite University in Virginia and the School of International Training in Vermont. Mediation and facilitator training has been completed with the Prince William County victim/offender program in Virginia, with the Ubuntu victim/offender training in Washington D.C., the Centinela Valley Juvenile Diversion Project in LA, and with the Dispute Resolution Program in LA. She founded the Restorative Justice Center of the Inland Empire in June 2001. The mission of the Center is to promote peace and restore justice in the community through victim offender mediation and restitution services, conflict resolution services, and community dialogues and peace-building forums. She received her Ph.D. from Claremont Graduate University in 1998 specializing in comparative politics and African studies.

Contact The Restorative Justice Center at 909.946.6092.

 

 

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