Headshot photo of Julie Shackford-Bradley

Dr. Julie Shackford-Bradley is the co-founder and Coordinator for the Restorative Justice Center at UC Berkeley. She has 15 years experience teaching in Global Studies and Peace and Conflict Studies, with a research focus on traditional and community-based justice in international and local contexts. She is a trained mediator and RJ practitioner. With the RJ Center, she conducts trainings and circles on the UC Berkeley campus and in the local community, supervises research projects regarding campus and community-based issues pertaining to conflict, justice and reconciliation, and facilitates internship programs and other collaborations with San Francisco Bay Area Restorative Justice organizations. She has facilitated trainings for staff, faculty and students at Stanford, St. Mary’s of California, Mills College, University of Puget Sound, and beyond. Her specific RJ interests include applications of restorative processes for SVSH (Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment), equity and inclusion and racial healing. Outside of work, she loves to hike around the Bay Area and create textile art with fabrics she has collected from around the world.