IPJ Staff and Board
More than 50 different staff persons have worked with IPJ since 1970. At times in the late 1970s and late 1990s, the staff was as large as 8 to 11 persons. With the economic problems all not-for-profit organizations are facing since 9/11, the staff has been reduced to three full-time persons, one part-time consultant, and a variety of volunteers and interns.
Current Staff & Consultants
IPJ Executive Director and international co-coordinator of the Parenting for Peace and Justice Network (PPJN). Coordinator of IPJ’s Advocacy Program, the Educating for Peace and Justice Program, the Pre-School Peace Program, the Homeless Shelter Program, and the Racial Justice Program. Fund-raiser, workshop leader, and author of many IPJ’s resources, including Starting Out Right, Educating for a Just Society and Celebrating Racial Diversity.
IPJ founder, current Program Director, and international co-coordinator of the Parenting for Peace and Justice Network (PPJN). Coordinator of IPJ’s Faith Communities & Peacemaking Program, the “Francis the Clown” Program, the Teens Acting for Peace Program, and the Violent Offenders Program. Marketing director, workshop leader, and author of many IPJ’s resources, including A Call to Peace, The Things that Make for Peace, the Alternatives to Violence Kits, and Families Caring.
IPJ Office and Data Manager, bookkeeper, coordinator of special events, volunteers and interns.
IPJ consultant for accounting and financial advice; President of Kelley’s All-Tax.
Board of Directors-2009