J.D., teaches mediation at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University and is also developing the College’s first ever restorative justice law course. Jennifer previously served as director of the Office of Student Conflict Resolution at the University of Michigan where she led a departmental realignment and co-developed with colleague Monita C. Thompson the nationally recognized Spectrum Model (2008). Ms. Schrage continues to serve U-M as Special Advisor to the Division of Student Affairs. Jennifer is co-editor and author of Reframing Campus Conflict: Student Conduct Practice through a Social Justice Lens (Stylus 2009). In 2009, she was interviewed by the Chronicle of Higher Education as part of a series on innovative practices and restorative justice in student conduct work. In 2010, ASCA honored Ms. Schrage with the Award of Excellence for significant contributions to the field. Schrage previously served as director of Student Judicial Services and adjunct faculty at Eastern Michigan University. Prior to her career in higher education, she practiced as an attorney. Schrage earned her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Arizona.
Ed.D. is a private educator, mediator, facilitator and author based in Chester County, PA. She was previously a Conflict Resolution Program Associate in the Institute for Public Administration, following a decade as Assistant Dean of Students for Judicial Affairs at the University of Delaware.