Robin Wildman has been a certified Kingian Nonviolence trainer and consultant for thirteen years. She has conducted workshops, given lectures and trained hundreds of adults and children in the conflict reconciliation strategies employed by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. She is the author of a Kingian nonviolence curriculum, used nationally and internationally by educators and trainers of children and teens. Robin has worked closely for thirteen years with her mentor, legendary civil rights leader Bernard LaFayette, Jr., who is the distinguished Senior Scholar in Residence at Emory University. She is a board advisor for the Connecticut Center for Nonviolence, in Hartford where she serves as curriculum developer and lead trainer on various projects. She has been a regular guest lecturer at the International Nonviolence Summer Institute at the University of Rhode Island and an educational consultant at the Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence in Providence, Rhode Island. Robin has been a public school teacher for twenty-three years, and teaches Kingian nonviolence principles and strategies to her students.