Komoia Johnson, Ph.D.
Komoia Johnson is an experienced Trainer, Curriculum Designer, and Restorative Justice (RJ)/Conflict Resolution Practitioner in the Bay Area since 2005. Her training audience includes schoolteachers, students, families, administrators, and community-based organizations, as well as professors, teachers in training, and mental health interns and licensed practitioners in higher education.
Since 2005, Dr. Johnson has worked in service of students and their families for the Oakland Unified School District as a Restorative Justice Program Manager, supporting schools with school-wide Restorative Justice implementation, coaching, training, and supervising Restorative Justice facilitators, Restorative Community School Managers, and practitioners. She has worked in and with many pre-K through 12th grade school communities throughout the Bay Area for over 25 years.
Dr. Johnson holds a M.S. in Counseling Psychology and a Doctorate in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in research and measurement. As she remains in service of students and their families, Dr. Johnson continues to strengthen her skill set by partnering with diverse communities to cultivate healthy positive relationships – a significant and vital component to all that she does.