Freedom Within Prison Project Board of Trustees
FWPP President, Malcolm Dydo is a Certified Massage Therapist and graduate of The American School of Herbalism and has been practicing in the healing arts for seventeen years. In addition, Malcolm has been developing curriculum and leading men's personal growth workshop's and trainings for five years throughout Northern California. He was initiated into the Mankind Project New Warrior Training Adventure in 2007.
FWPP Secretary, Jay Saber is a building contractor, music producer, and entrepreneur with over 30 years experience building and operating a variety of small businesses. Jay was initiated into the ManKind Project New Warrior Training Adventure in Spring 2005. Jay's commitment to service has allowed him to work with prisoners inside Folsom, Soledad, Salinas Valley State Prison, and the Santa Cruz County Jail.
FWPP Treasurer, Lucas Roy Lehman is a writer, entrepreneur, certified tantra educator and co-active coach. He works with clients all over the world via telephone and Skype, as well as at his studio in Santa Cruz. After many years as a participant and leader of numerous men's groups, Lucas was initiated into the Mankind Project New Warrior Training Adventure in 2011.
FWPP Educational Director, Marc L'Ecluse is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and teacher. Marc had been working with developmentally disabled adults for nearly ten years when he heard his calling to be a psychotherapist. He has been practicing counseling for 10 years. Marc has been teaching public, private and graduate-level courses in the fields of psychology and self-help since 2005. He was initiated into the ManKind Project during the New Warrior Training Adventure in August 2008.
Trustee, Jim Urgo is a native New Yorker and came to California 40 years ago, starting and continuing to run his own business. Jim is also a commercial pilot. Jim was initiated into the ManKind Project during the New Warrior Training Adventure in February 2007. He has facilitated men's support groups at Folsom, Soledad, and Salinas Valley prisons with the Inside Circle Foundation since 2008.