About Sonia D. Galloway, Ph.D.
Sonia D. Galloway, Ph.D. is the founder and owner of Restorative Hope, LLC, a company that facilitate individuals, groups, and national and global organizations with resolving conflicts peacefully through state-of-the-art methods and consultative processes. She has spent ten years advancing her career in conflict resolution. Sonia has been in numerous roles as a conflict resolutionist and consultant throughout her career, focusing on peace reconciliation strategies. Her roles as an educator, guidance counselor, assistant principal, and department chair have allowed Sonia to be a change agent for peace through reconciliation. Sonia’s dynamic personality, intuitive communication skills, and creative intellect have enabled her to successfully analyze conflict and bring about peaceful reconciliation.
Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Women's Studies, Comparative Methodologies and Theories, History of Religions of Eastern Origins, Other Religion, Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion, Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Administration and Supervision, Educational Leadership, Student Counseling and Personnel Services, Counselor Education, Near and Middle Eastern Studies, and Political Science
International Peace and Conflict, School Counseling, and Political Science
|August 2010 ‐ December 2014||Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University|
|September 2009 ‐ January 2011||Master of Education, Wilmington College, New Castle Delaware|
|November 1997 ‐ December 1999||Master of Education, National Louis University|
|August 1988 ‐ August 1993||B.S., Tennessee State University|