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Debra Price Jackson

CAP TPI 2021 Community Engagement

Debra Price Jackson has over forty years of experience providing non-profit development services. Ms. Jackson has a talent for helping non-profits and faith-based organizations increase their capacities, build their corporate administration, develop programs, training materials, and fund development plans. Debra has a Master’s degree in Leadership and Management and is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Leadership and Change.

Joseph H. Paul Jr

CAP TPI 2021 Community Engagement

joseph “Joe” Paul is a seasoned reentry professional with over 28 years of community service working with ex-offenders, high-risk adults, and various community development and faith-based organizations. Currently, Joseph serves as the Managing Director for the Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership (LARRP). Prior to joining LARRP in 2019, Joseph served as the Administrator of Vocational and Workforce Development Services

Peter Mendel

CAP TPI 2021 Community Engagement

Peter Mendel is a senior sociologist at the RAND Corporation and a member of the Pardee RAND Graduate School faculty. He specializes in organizational dynamics, reform, and global and comparative institutions, particularly related to healthcare systems. Mendel has led or co-led evaluations ranging from federal programs such as the National Action Plan to Prevent Healthcare-Associated Infections and national partnerships to promote patient safety, to local community-based networks to improve the delivery and coordination of health and related services.

Audrena Redmond

CAP TPI 2021 Community Engagement

Audrena Redmond, M.A., is a long time union organizer with the California Faculty Association where she is currently the Program Director for Anti-Racism Social Justice. Her work includes drafting and identifying policy and practice changes, developing and facilitating anti-racism and social justice workshops, organizing equity conferences and hosting a podcast, Radio Free CSU. For many years, she also organized the annual Leadership Institute for newly elected officers and member activists.

Michael King

CAP TPI 2021 Community Engagement

Michael King is the Director and Creator of The Communities Project, a national initiative with the mission of saving a million lives from substance use related deaths over the next two decades. Michael is the former Director of Outreach & Engagement for Facing Addiction with NCADD. He is also the Managing Principal of Impact Leadership Training & Coaching, LLC. Michael spent over a decade in the political arena, working on Presidential, Gubernatorial, U.S. Senate and local campaigns, from county to state legislative efforts. He is a past Campaign Director, Field Director, and Communications Director for the Washington State Democratic Party, and the former Executive Director of the Washington State Senate Democratic Campaign Committee.