Dear Friends and Partners of Full Circle Restorative Justice,
With both sadness and gratitude the Board of Directors announces Kimberly Parker’s departure as Executive Director effective June 3, 2022.
Kimberly joined FCRJ as our Executive Director in 2019. Since then, she has helped usher in a new strategic plan with the help of the Board of Directors, volunteers, and staff. She has built new important strategic partnerships and helped improve and stabilize operations and organizational processes among many other accomplishments. She has also secured multiple meaningful grants, individual donations, and awards including the Attorney General’s School Justice Partnership Innovation Grant to support the use of restorative practices in our schools.
Kimberly leaves Full Circle in a very strong position for continued growth, and we sincerely thank her for her contributions and leadership. We are grateful for her dedication, passion, and commitment to our organization. We look forward to her future success and are excited to continue our forward momentum here at Full Circle to ensure that we continue to do the work of implementing restorative practices in our schools, the courts, and the community at large.
We are fortunate to have a strong team of staff members and volunteers who remain dedicated to the mission and current projects. The Board and staff are confidently continuing the work of Full Circle Restorative Justice while the Board searches for a new Executive Director. We intend to use this opportunity to build on our long-term goals.
FCRJ Board of Directors.