Sarah Jackman is the Board Chair for the Canadian Restorative Justice Consortium (CRJC), and was selected as a representative for British Columbia. Sarah is the former Executive Director of the Punky Lake Wilderness Camp Society, a non-profit organization which provides Restorative Justice and Peacemaking services to the First Nations’ communities in the central BC area through the Tsilhqot’in Restorative Justice Program. Until recently she also worked in the green energy sector as a regional biomass purchaser for an international renewable energy corporation.
In addition to her extensive work with First Nations and renewable energy sectors, Sarah has had significant success in obtaining government funding and writing proposals for government grant applications. She also spent six years working for and managing the financial matters and employees of a forestry supply company, gaining experience in Business Management and Human Resources.
The Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice publishes quarterly coverage of the theoretical and scientific aspects of the study of crime and the practical problems of law enforcement, administration of justice, and treatment of offenders, particularly in the Canadian context. Sarah has been published twice in this journal: Vol 30 No.3 and Vol 32 No.3
Sarah can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org