Carrie is a peacebuilder with a passion for promoting justice and teaching peace. She serves as OSCR’s Assistant Director for Adaptable Resolution, Training, and Strategic Partnerships. Carrie supports students and others in navigating challenging situations and finding pathways to peace and healing with attention to accountability and justice. She has deep expertise in conflict transformation, restorative justice, facilitation, and cultural competence; she is a frequent trainer and facilitator across campus and nationally on these and related topics. Carrie’s background includes studies and training in: international studies (Emory University); dispute resolution and conflict transformation (Wayne State University); peacebuilding, trauma healing, and restorative practices (Eastern Mennonite University); and unconscious bias, social justice education, and mindfulness (University of Michigan). As a facilitator, mentor, and coach, Carrie supplements her training and education by trusting her inner wisdom and intuition while empowering others to do the same.