Kendra hated who she was becoming. As an assistant prosecutor attorney, she saw firsthand how dehumanized people were as they went through the court system. So when friends introduced her to restorative justice, a practice in which her clients were given the chance to determine how they wanted a wrong made right, Kendra felt like this was the career path she had been waiting for. Listen as Kendra shares how she began her own restorative justice business: Restore-Resolutions.
Quote: “As people start to unearth who they really are—not who someone told them to be, not what is expected of them in their various roles, but who they really are—they’re able to live into their strengths a little bit more.”