Christina is passionate about connecting people, nonprofits, business and community resources. With over twelve years of senior level leadership experience in regional nonprofit operations, re-entry services, grant writing and business development, she understands firsthand what it takes to move a mission forward. She is a natural born motivator of people who genuinely believes that by bringing a community together we are able to change the world for the better.
In 2019, Christina was awarded the Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce ATHENA Award. The national ATHENA Award Program honors individuals who strive toward the highest levels of professional accomplishment: women who excel in their chosen field, have devoted time and energy to their community in a meaningful way and also open doors so that others may follow in their path.
Christina's executive experience includes chairing the AZ Governor's award winning WIOA ARIZONA@WORK Coconino County Business Services Team, president of the Coconino Community College Foundation Board, past board member of the Las Vegas Metro Citizen Review Board, and Flagstaff Airport Commissioner. She also serves as the Chief Grant Officer for SPC.
Brian's shared passion for corrections reform and social justice prompted him to end his 28-year career in corrections and start SPC. Through his tenure as warden at five separate facilities, Brian experienced firsthand the existing gaps and opportunities within the criminal justice system. His personal mission is to reform corrections.
Brian is a security expert and has vast experience in the field of corrections, which includes 14 years as warden at five separate facilities. He has managed contracts in partnership with the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the United States Marshals Service, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, as well as multiple state, and county jails. Brian served as Director of Security over 65 secure facilities. He is an engaged member of the American Correctional Association (ACA) and participates in several committees.
Brian served in the United States Marine Corps and Army National Guard. He holds a bachelor's degree from St. Cloud State University and is an Ironman triathlete.
Brandon is President and Co-Founder at Dialog Health, Inc., a senior executive with international experience in management, business development, strategy creation, and program execution in healthcare and consumer product arenas. He is a graduate of Vanderbilt University, and has more than 15 years of business and program development experience in healthcare; working with some of the leading employers, physicians, and hospital systems including GTE (now Verizon), BCBS of TN, and Hospital Corporation of America.
He is a thought leader in the area of improving patient, employee, and consumer engagement with products, services, and program development. A pioneer and advocate for digital health technology for the healthcare industry. An experienced strategic advisor who garners collaboration from all key internal and external stakeholders to develop successful solutions for real problems.
Chad brings over 20 years of corrections experience and has served in various senior leadership roles, including nine years as a Warden over five separate facilities. He is a results-oriented executive and is recognized for his collaborative leadership style, proactive approach and keen ability to translate complex operational concepts into viable action plans. Chad blends big-picture visions with tactical processes that builds trust among core partners and inspires growth within an organization.
In addition to correctional leadership, Chad has extensive experience with contract procurement and compliance. He has worked in partnership with the Federal Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Marshals, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and other federal, state, local and private agencies throughout his corrections career.
Chad holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History from California State University-Bakersfield and a Graduate Certificate in Correctional Leadership from Eastern Kentucky University.
Mr. Gregorio E. O. Kishketon is a resident of Chevy Chase, Maryland and is employed with The Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration in Washington District of Columbia. Mr. Kishketon serves as the Government Information Officer/FOIA Officer in the in the Health Information Governance Office, Office of Health Informatics and Analytics for the Office Of the Deputy Undersecretary for Health.
Mr. Kishketon previously worked in Washington DC with the Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs for the Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs. Mr. Kishketon recently received an award from the Dept. of Justice for “Improvement for IT for VA” .
Mr. Kishketon served in the United States Marine Corps. He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma, The University of Texas, Oklahoma City Community College (Hall of Fame 2018) and The Dept. of Defense Contracting Officers School – Boston, MA. Mr. Kishketon received in 2014 the VA/NCA/DAV employee of the year/National Commanders Award. Mr. Kishketon has worked 22 years in the Federal Government, 5 years with the Non-Profit, and 12 years in the private sector as an Assistant Director and subsequently a director with Med-Net.
Gregorio E. Kishketon is a Tribal Elder with the Water Clan – Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma. He also serves on the Board of Trustees for Saint Augustine University.
The SPC team is comprised of former corrections executives and industry experts who are passionate about their work, excel in their respective fields, and have an extensive background in a wide variety of applications including:
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