Sean Horrigan, Ph.D
Sean Horrigan, PhD, is a university administrator, leadership educator, and restorative justice trainer and facilitator. Currently he leads a grant-funded initiative to promote awareness and implementation of restorative practices in Catholic higher education through the Center for Restorative Justice at the University of San Diego. Sean also teaches as an adjunct professor at National University and University of San Diego. He earned his BA in Education at the University of Northern Iowa and a doctorate in Leadership Studies at the University of San Diego.
Sean’s specialties include leadership education, human development, and group dynamics. As a scholar-practitioner in higher education he engages in opportunities to promote reflection, meaning-making, and values clarification for students who are struggling with the difficult choices and big questions presented by the college experience.
The TKF story and mission helped inspire Sean’s own restorative journey over 15 years ago. In the years since he has used the values of compassion, forgiveness, and peacebuilding to inspire individuals to engage the world more restoratively.
Sean is a father of three young boys and husband to a dedicated high school teacher. In his spare time you can find him outside either golfing, hiking, or camping.