Caroline Gosling’s background is in education, spending 35 years with Edmonton Public Schools in a variety of positions. She taught at elementary, junior and senior high, was a behaviour consultant, a principal at four different schools and spent time seconded to both Alberta Children's Services and Alberta Education. Here her work focused on supporting schools and districts to create, enhance and maintain welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning environments. In 2020 Caroline received a Government of Alberta Inspiration Award for her work in this area. Caroline is passionate about restorative practices (RP) in schools and the impact this approach has on school and classroom culture. For the past 25 years she has worked with schools and districts interested in implementing RP. Caroline holds a Masters degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Portland and a certificate in restorative practices from Simon Fraser University. She is an instructor for the International Institute for Restorative Practices and sits on the Alberta Restorative Justice Association board of directors. When not doing the work she loves, Caroline can be found visiting family on Vancouver Island, her happy place.