RSI Training Team

Alison Flory Replogle has over 19 years of experience as a school counselor, working in both elementary and middle school settings. She has used restorative practices throughout her school counseling career to build community and repair harm. She has served on the Kansas School Counselor Association board (KSCA) and the Circles USA/STEPMC board helping families connect with their community and overcome poverty. Alison enjoys working with other educators, sharing her passion for restorative practices and all things school counseling. In addition to training with the Restorative Schools Initiative, she is a facilitator for KSDE’s Summer Academy in School Counseling and SEL. Alison received her B.A. from Bridgewater College (VA) and her M.A.E. in school counseling from the University of Northern Iowa, with an emphasis on restorative justice and discipline. Alison is also owner/operator of Indigo Moo’d Ice Cream in Lindsborg, KS.


Jennifer Muret-Bate works at the Creative Learning Community, a program of Winfield High School. At the CLC Jenny and her fellow teachers use Restorative Practices to build community among at-risk, accelerated, and other types of learners who are working independently to meet their educational goals. Jenny received her B.A. from Southwestern College (Winfield), and her M.A. in Restorative Practices through the International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP) in Bethlehem, PA.


Rob Simon is a Kansas educator, author, experienced trainer/ consultant, and speaker/performer who has worked with school systems and various agencies coast to coast. Currently, Rob works as a Restorative Practices Consultant for the Wichita Public Schools, a position originally created through a Kansas Department of Education Safe and Supportive Schools grant. Rob holds a B.S. in Social Studies from Texas College, an M.A. in Communication from Wichita State University, and is trained as a trainer by KIPCOR and the International Institute for Restorative Practices. www.positiverhythm.org


Jennifer Georgie

Jennifer Georgie earned a B.S. in Education from Pittsburg State University and a M.S. in Teaching and Leadership at the University of Kansas. She received her Building Administrator Certification from Baker University. With over 25 years of experience in public education, it has been her honor to spend most of those years educating students at Lawrence Public Schools. Jennifer’s experience includes Elementary/Middle classroom teacher, Prevention Specialist, Student Support Facilitator, Lead Assistant Principal, District Lead Student/Family Support Facilitator. She is passionate about restorative practices and learning innovative ways to support individual needs, facilitating trust-based relationships, and connecting families, students, and educators to crucial resources.


Regina Platt

Regina Platt, also referred to as the “Stepologist,” is an esteemed Restorative Practitioner, International Speaker, Published Author, Coach, and Community Advocate. She assists individuals and communities in achieving their desired outcomes by motivating them to take affirmative steps forward. Regina has received multiple distinctions, including being appointed as a World Civility Ambassador and being conferred an honorary degree in Doctor of Philosophy in Humanities from United Graduate College and Seminary International.


Frankye Stanley

Frankye Stanley works as the Restorative Justice Specialist at Alfred Fairfax Academy in the Kansas City Kansas Public Schools. She is in her sixth year of utilizing Restorative Practices to champion a positive and safe school climate, support relationship development, highlight student autonomy, reduce negative behavior, resolve conflict, and mitigate disciplinary inequity. Frankye holds an M.A in Elementary Education Unified from Ottawa University, and an M.A in Adult Education from The University of Arkansas, Little Rock.