Our Board

 Mary Hellwig, MA, MDiv   Community Mediator and Facilitator of RJ processes.  Mary was part of the founding efforts of CCS and helped develop the School Restorative Justice Program. 

Mary Hellwig, MA, MDiv   Community Mediator and Facilitator of RJ processes.  Mary was part of the founding efforts of CCS and helped develop the School Restorative Justice Program. 

 Habiba Ibrahim, MSW, PhD,   
  
 
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  currently post-doctoral research fellow at Washington University with a background in social and economic development and international social work.   Habiba seeks to mitigate the outcomes for youth arising out of social, economic, and educational disparities as well as historic oppressions.  

Habiba Ibrahim, MSW, PhD, currently post-doctoral research fellow at Washington University with a background in social and economic development and international social work.  Habiba seeks to mitigate the outcomes for youth arising out of social, economic, and educational disparities as well as historic oppressions.  

 Julie Lawson, MA, currently Vice President & Executive Director, MO Supreme Court Commission on Racial and Ethnic Fairness at Focus St. Louis.  Julie was a founding partner of CCS and helped develop all programming. 

Julie Lawson, MA, currently Vice President & Executive Director, MO Supreme Court Commission on Racial and Ethnic Fairness at Focus St. Louis.  Julie was a founding partner of CCS and helped develop all programming. 

 Jeanette McAllister-McDonald, MSW, currently Field Supervisor of Unit B, Family Court of St. Louis City.  Jeanette is a longtime board member, and has experience with a number of Family Court Restorative Justice programming efforts.  She helped to develop the School Restorative Justice Program

Jeanette McAllister-McDonald, MSW, currently Field Supervisor of Unit B, Family Court of St. Louis City.  Jeanette is a longtime board member, and has experience with a number of Family Court Restorative Justice programming efforts.  She helped to develop the School Restorative Justice Program

 Karen McClure, LMT, was formerly the CFO of Scotttrade and has served as a board member and treasurer since CCS's founding.  

Karen McClure, LMT, was formerly the CFO of Scotttrade and has served as a board member and treasurer since CCS's founding.  

 Susan Nanny, MDiv, was formerly the Assistant Dean of the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Louis.  Susan is an Episcopal Priest and brings with her years of advocacy work on behalf of  communities of Color and the LGBTQ community.  

Susan Nanny, MDiv, was formerly the Assistant Dean of the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Louis.  Susan is an Episcopal Priest and brings with her years of advocacy work on behalf of  communities of Color and the LGBTQ community.  

 Clark Porter, MSW,  currently on staff with Probation and Parole, U.S. Federal Court.  As an MSW student at UMSL Clark interned with CCS and brings his expertise with restorative processes and assimilation processes for ex-offenders.  

Clark Porter, MSW,  currently on staff with Probation and Parole, U.S. Federal Court.  As an MSW student at UMSL Clark interned with CCS and brings his expertise with restorative processes and assimilation processes for ex-offenders.