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Inesa provides administrative support to the Restorative Justice National Team within CJS to ensure the efficient delivery of the Initial Test Project for Restorative Justice service development in Scotland. Her responsibilities include liaising with internal and external stakeholders in producing and circulating documents, arranging meetings and taking minutes, collating data and maintaining failing systems and databases as well as supporting the national hub for Restorative Justice within Community Justice Scotland involving new communication methods.
Originally from Lithuania, Inesa has been living and working in Edinburgh for the past 10 years across different sectors, continuously striving for professional and personal growth and development. Her academic background lies in linguistic studies. Inesa has a degree in English Philology (Literature & Linguistics) and a diploma in teaching English as a foreign language. Passionate about words, storytelling and communication, Inesa teaches and provides translation services, also writes for the International Emerging Critics Programme funded by Creative Europe and facilitated by Puppet Animation Scotland in partnership with three other European countries.
As a firm advocate for equality, inclusion, fairness and opportunities, Inesa feels privileged to join Community Justice Scotland and contribute her skills to build an informed, sustainable and caring society we all want to live in.