Michael Brady (Board Treasurer), Boulder, Colorado, Mike brings with him 28 years of finance and investment experience. He helped co-found and lead a number of enterprises, including a brokerage firm, public mutual fund, registered investment advisory firm, and various private placement investments. He is founder and president of Generosity Wealth Management.
Kate Crisp (Vice President), Deerfield, Massachusetts. Executive Director of Prison Mindfulness Institute.
Parker Krasney, New York, New York. Parker is Assistant Director of Programs and Partnerships at the New York City Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity. In this role, he works collaboratively with City agencies and human service providers to design, implement, oversee and evaluate programs and systems change initiatives designed to reduce poverty and increase equity in New York City and beyond.
Fleet Maull, PhD (Board President), Hatfield, Massachusetts. Founder of Prison Dharma Network and National Prison Hospice Association, senior meditation teacher/trainer, and ordained dharma holder in the Zen Peacemaker Order.
Brad Bogue, MA, Boulder, Colorado. Brad is a semi-retired criminal justice system researcher and trainer, who founded Justice Systems Assessment & Training (J-SAT), a premier training and research agency providing evidenced-based assessments and training in the criminal justice field. Brad is one of the world’s leading experts in training corrections and probation and parole professionals in Motivational Interviewing (MI). Brad was the lead facilitator and research analyst for a ten year think tank for the National Institute of Corrections on criminal justice reform.
Rev. Michael Christie, DD, Monroe, CT. Michael is a full-time chaplain with the Connecticut Department of Corrections and an assistant pastor at the Union Baptist Church in Stamford, CT. He is an EMI certified mindfulness teacher and MBWR trainer-in-training. Dr. Christie teaches mindfulness to both prisoners and prison staff. He has been working with kids and at-risk youth, coaching mindfulness in youth sports programs. He has a passion to teach mindfulness and meditation to Christians and created a curriculum for Faith-based meditation.
Pamela Krasney, Pamela served as a board member of PDN/PMI for over 20 years, She was also a Buddhist Peace Fellowship Prison Program volunteer, on the Naropa University Board of Trustees, as well as a member of the Shambhala Trust, and senior meditation instructor. She is deeply missed.