Professor Tosouni Elected VP of Restorative Resources

September 15, 2020
Restorative Justice

CCJS Faculty continue to demonstrate their deep commitment to serving our local community.  Case in point, Dr. Anastasia Tosouni, an associate professor of criminology and criminal justice studies, has been elected Vice President of the Board of the Directors for Restorative Resources, Sonoma County’s “to-go” NGO for restorative justice practices training and facilitation. Restorative Justice is an alternative paradigm of conflict resolution that promotes healing, active accountability, and community cohesion. Dr. Tosouni stated that she is excited to offer her support, advocacy, and academic expertise to a cause that is “close to her heart” as well as to her research agenda.