On staff since 2008, Jamie provided program coordination of the Restorative Conferencing for Youth Program, the Make it Right Restitution Mediation Program and the Family Law Information Center. Jamie is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with a degree in Political Science and Public Administration/Public Policy Analysis and a graduate of Western Wisconsin Technical College with a degree in Paralegal. Introduced to restorative justice in the mid-1990’s, Jamie has experience working with adult and juvenile restorative conferencing programs in La Crosse and Portage Counties.
Having joined the JusticeWorks staff in 2015, Mike has thirty years of experience in the human and social services field in both the public and private sectors. He has worked with youth and adults in areas as diverse as anger management, youth gang intervention, and community development. Mike holds a degree from Cardinal Stritch University in Sociology with an area of concentration in Crime & Delinquency.
Lauren Hewitt – Program Coordinator
Lauren is a lifelong resident of central Wisconsin and is currently in her final year at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point pursuing a degree in Sociology with a minor in Criminal Justice. During the summer of 2018, Lauren completed an internship with JusticeWorks collecting and summarizing more than 10 years of data to determine the efficacy of the Volunteers In Probation program. having also became an integral player in our community service program, Lauren joins JusticeWorks to provide coordination of Shifting Gears Community Service Program.