dorothy vaandering is a professor in MUN’s Faculty of Education and the Director of Relationships First Newfoundland and Labrador (RFNL). She has been researching Restorative Justice in Education (RJE) for 15 years and is passionate about nurturing relational communities where all people are honoured as worthy and interconnected.
Sarah McDonald Moores
Sarah McDonald Moores is a graduate of Memorial University's Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Music Education and Master of Education: Educational Leadership Studies Programs. Throughout her learning journey Sarah has taken a keen interest in Restorative Justice and Indigenous knowledge and ways of being.
Margaret Cranford is Mi’kmaw with original roots are from Ewipkik (Flat Bay), Ktaqmkuk (Newfoundland). She presently resides in Conception Bay South, Newfoundland and Labrador and is mother to a beautiful daughter, Nicole. Margaret is a multi-media Indigenous artist who uses art to promote mental wellness and to share the beauty of the Mi’kamq culture. She has spent seven years volunteering with The Children’s Wish Foundation donating her artwork to raise funds to provide wishes for children with terminal and life-threatening illnesses.