Alcina Horstman, B.A.

Restorative Practices Trainer

Alcina Horstman, Restorative Practices Trainer

Alcina Horstman brings over 25 years of community service to her work with Community Matters. She has developed and taught numerous arts & educational programs for youth, elders and adults with a primary focus on teens. As an educator in Boston, San Francisco, Oakland and Santa Rosa, she has worked in many communities and non-profits, as well as hundreds of public schools.  In addition to her role as certified Restorative Trainer with Community Matters, she manages an adult restorative program for young adults referred out of the judicial system for the restorative process.

She holds a 4 year Studio Arts Diploma from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and a BA in Humanities from New College of California, focused on conflict facilitation. She was awarded the CAC (California Arts Council) grant for two consecutive years for her work with pre-and post-natal women in drug and alcohol residential recovery.

A lifelong learner, committed to ongoing professional and personal growth, and our communities at large, Alcina regularly supplements her conflict and diversity education with workshops, conferences and volunteerism. Finally, she is the mother of two grown children, by far her greatest teachers.