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All College Speaker Series: Brandy Loveland

Brandy Loveland, LMSW is the Director of Community Engagement at Erie County Restorative Justice Coalition. In this position, she has worked to promote and advocate for justice, empowerment, equality, as well as Restorative Practices in the Buffalo School District, as it is stated in their code of conduct. She has led holistic after school programming in community schools and community centers, partnered with local, police, non-profits, agencies, colleges, and block clubs to promote restorative practices to strengthen those communities and offer community conferencing. 

Through these partnerships, and community need, Ms. Loveland had also developed community programs, such as the H.O.P.E. Leadership Academy and Summit and Buffalo's Children's Business FAir  Prior to her position with ECRJC, she has worked as a social worker with Baker Victory Services, specializing in services dealing with and advocating for traumatized youth and youth in foster care and their families. She has also worked closely with families connected with the Erie County Department of Social Services, the DDSO, and DJJOY. 

Mrs. Loveland has also worked with YWCA for homeless families and families looking to escape domestic violence, and the Salvation Army, working with PINS youth and runaway youth.

Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 2:30pm to 3:30pm

MacVittie College Union, *Hunt Room

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