Cheryl Graves, M.P.H., J.D.
A former clinical law professor at the Northwestern University School of Law Children and Family Justice Center, Cheryl has more than twenty years of experience implementing restorative justice practices and providing training and support to communities, schools and juvenile justice providers. In 2005, Cheryl was awarded a Soros Senior Justice Fellowship to establish restorative justice practices in communities of color. She has traveled throughout the United States, Africa and Brazil to share restorative justice models with nongovernmental organizations, juvenile justice professionals, and political leaders interested in implementing community-based juvenile justice alternatives.
Ora Schub, J.D.
Ora was known for her work on domestic violence, disability rights, Palestinian solidarity work and human rights. She was formerly a clinical law professor at the Northwestern University School of Law Children and Family Justice Center. Ora also worked as a program director at Access Living, Cook County deputy public guardian and criminal defense attorney. She traveled throughout the United States, Ecuador and Brazil speaking and sharing ideas on restorative justice and teen dating violence. She participated in several human rights delegations to the West Bank, Gaza, Kuwait and Lebanon as part of the National Lawyer’s Guild and the National Conference of Black Lawyers delegations and was a member of the Guild’s LGBT task force.
Ora passed away on June 11th 2018 but her spirit will be with us always.
The Wind said,
“You can not withstand the storm”
And Ora said,
“I AM the Storm”