Circles for Schools
is a multi-award winning author, a social scientist (a.k.a.
culturalist), and a conflict dynamics specialist with
numerous op-ed columns and articles to his credit.
Starting college at the age of 16, Ken's training and
education is diverse. In addition to his degrees in business
administration and social sciences, he has special training
as a Restorative Justice facilitator, certification through
the Florida Supreme Court as a Certified County Court
Mediator, and he is a certified US Department of Agriculture
Being a seventh generation Floridian, community and culture
are important to Ken. In addition to being heavily involved
in his tribe, he has served on numerous non-profit and
governmental panels and boards. For his good works, Ken
Johnson was commissioned as a Colonel of Kentucky in 2005.
Collaborative Justice (the merging of various Alternative
Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice practices into
one practice) is a passion for him. By using his knowledge
of culture and conflict, he works to better the lives of our
nation's children while also consulting with churches,
businesses, schools, and civic groups to help them
understand and overcome conflict-based obstacles.
He can be contacted through his
publisher at www.syppublishing.com.
His book, Unbroken Circles for Schools, can be
purchased directly from his publisher at http://www.syppublishing.com/unbroken-circles-for-schools/