Twila Hugley Earle
Twila Hugley Earle is a counselor, writer and adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Austin.
According to her biography, Earle teaches and consults on restorative justice, community-building, and application of chaos theory on human systems. She has worked with victims of sexual abuse, sex offenders and families of both, and initiated community program development and has been an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Austin.
She is married to former Travis County, Texas District Attorney, Ronnie Earle.
Her husband was listed as a participant and she was listed as an observer (using the Travis County District Attorney's office address) for the Final Report by David R. Karp, Ph.D. titled, "Research Seminar on Community, Crime and Justice." The George Washington University Center for Communitarian Policy Studies and The National Institute of Justice presented the report on March 31, 1997.
Soros’ Open Society Institute's website shows that it gave $250,000 to Florida Atlantic University professor Gordon Bazemore, for a “Planning Grant to Design a Civic Justice Corps Reentry Project.” Bazemore then co-wrote a chapter with Twila Hugley Earle (Balance in the response to family Violence: Challenging Restorative Principles") in the book, Restorative Justice and Family Violence (edited by Heather Strang and John Braithwaite). Other contributors were Kay Pranis, Julie Stubbs, Kathleen Daly, Allison Morris, Joan Pennell, Gale Burford, Donna Coker, Larissa Behrendt, Harry Blagg, Loretta Kelly, and Ruth Busch.
- "Transforming Chaos into Order: Applying Physics to Human Systems," mentioned Earle
- Talk given by Earle: "Community, Chaos Theory and Law: A Preview of Ideas"
- "Restorative Justice and Family Violence," to which Earle contributed
- Earle's first marriage, file number 40845