Brittney Ochira is a conflict resolution professional and scholar. Brittney holds a Master’s degree in Peace and Justice from the University of San Diego and a Bachelor’s degree in International Security and Conflict Resolution from San Diego State University. She has worked extensively with refugees and immigrants, youth, people in recovery from substance misuse disorders, and in many community collaborative settings. Brittney is experienced in curriculum development and creating workshops designed for diverse audiences. She is a Restorative Practitioner who works to bridge divides and strengthen community bonds, and is actively involved in NCRC’s efforts to build a more civil and cohesive region. Brittney works in NCRC’s Training Institute as a Senior Project Manager and specializes in community and campus workshops.