Curb appoints new coordinator
CURB is delighted to welcome to the team Mr. Rajai Denbrook as CURB Program Coordinator who will be responsible for administering and expanding current programs, as well as developing new programs to support the organization’s strategic direction in alignment with CURB’s long term goals.
Mr. Denbrook’s primary focus will be the continued growth of the IIRP Restorative Practices Training Programs being offered to the public by CURB, and the Bermuda Truth & Reconciliation Community Conversations, both of which are entering their fourth year of outreach to the community.
CURB has long wanted to launch a youth program but as a volunteer organization we have been restrained by both monetary and human resources. The addition of Mr. Denbrook to our team will enable us to design and launch a Youth Program in 2020. We see Mr. Denbrook as the perfect fit to run this program and bring his many skills as an educator, artist and trained Restorative Practitioner to the design of the curriculum.
As CURB works towards its Restorative Justice Conference scheduled for March 2020, we are grateful to have this dynamic young man on our team.
• Press release from CURB
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