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Kim Berry Jones

Director, Center for Justice & Reconciliation
kimberryjones@pointloma.edu
(619) 849-3224
Taylor Hall, 201

For information regarding media inquiries, community relations, fundraising, and our goals and purpose, please contact Kim.

Jessica L. Kim

Program Director, Educational Pathways
jessicakim@pointloma.edu
(619) 849-7062
Taylor Hall, 205

If you are looking for admissions information to apply for the Beauty for Ashes Scholarship, Flourish Academy or learning about the OnRamps Collaborative or please contact Jessica. The Beauty for Ashes Scholarship is for admitted students who can document they have been victims of human trafficking.

Ryana Contreras

Ryana Contreras

Program Director, Community Relations
ryanacontreras@pointloma.edu
(619) 849-3482
Taylor Hall, 205

If you have a general question about the CJR, please contact Ryana.

Clara Anne Wagner

Program Director, Human Trafficking Research & Grants Manager
cwagner@pointloma.edu
Taylor Hall, 205

If you would like to know more about the HT-Radar Conference or regional research, please contact Clara.

Luz Aurora Aramburo

Program Coordinator
luzaramburo@pointloma.edu
(619) 849-3174
Taylor Hall, 205

Our Student Staff

You can contact our student staff at cjrinterns@pointloma.edu.

Bridget Stephenson

Bridget is a junior Social Work major and Nutrition minor. In high school, she discovered her passion to fight human trafficking and has been working toward justice ever since. She hopes to take her career abroad for a few years to fight trafficking overseas, eventually ending up back in San Diego. Her favorite things include surfing, running, cooking, and the community of PLNU. 

Danielle Jorgensen

Danielle is a sophomore International Studies major with a heart for Fair Trade and others. She grew up in the Bay Area's Silicon Valley and spends her free time enjoying the beach or a good meal with friends and family. After graduation, she hopes to pursue an education and career in law to further advocate for ethical and sustainable practices.

Zach Lyons

Zach is a sophomore Psychology major who is passionate about fighting for social justice and loving others deeply and intentionally. In his free time, Zach enjoys watching movies, getting coffee from Fair Trade or ethically sourced coffee shops, and going on hikes with friends. He is committed to learning more about all different kinds of issues in our country and in our world and will continue to pursue a psychology-related career in which he can care for marginalized communities.