Lorenn Walker - restorative justice, violence prevention, conflict resolution, reconciliation, education, Hawaii

Welcome to Lorenn Walker online

Lorenn Walker, JD, MPH, is a Hawai'i-based health educator and restorative lawyer. She has extensive educational, social service and legal experience. Lorenn uses a public health approach with organizations and individuals in finding positive solutions for difficulties and increasing performance.

Lorenn is an expert in designing and facilitating effective learning programs. Her recent work has focused on reentry for incarcerated people, substance abuse, violence prevention, and reconciliation for people harmed by wrongdoing and social injustice.

She has worked with a wide variety of organizations including schools, courts, prisons, businesses, and the police. She was selected for the Fulbright Specialist Roster in peacemaking and conflict management until 2018 for international training and assistance. She has coached individuals in personal and professional matters including employment, health & fitness, and finding more happiness in life.

To contact Lorenn, please call (808) 637-2385 or send a message using her on-site contact form.

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January 17, 2008: Honolulu, Lorenn (middle) meets with heros Immaclee Ilibaqiza (left), Rwandan genocide survivor and author of "Left to Tell", along with the late Vi Jones-Meduskey (right), surfer, triathlete, mother, and grandmother who aged with strength despite having amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, aka Lou Gehrig's disease).