Our board of directors
Mark Drevno is an entrepreneur, social innovator and the founder and executive director of Jails to Jobs. After hiring a formerly incarcerated man as a sales rep many years ago, Mark was inspired to volunteer as a job search coach in jails and prisons, ultimately creating a nonprofit that supports this work. During the past eight years, he and his organization have presented workshops to more than 4,000 soon-to-be-released incarcerated men and women, equipping them with the tools and resources they need to successfully re-enter the workforce. In addition, Mark and his organization have published two books, “Jails to Jobs, Seven Steps to Becoming Employed ” and “Tattoo Removal: Establishing a Free or Low-Cost Community Based Program: A How-to Guide.” He makes his home in the San Francisco Bay area and, when not working, enjoys hiking, reading, studying and spending time with his family.
Judy Jacobs is a communications professional whose interest in prisons and prisoners began when her DePauw University winter term project took her to four prisons in Indiana, where she met with inmates and debated incarceration issues with her professors and fellow students. Since then, she’s been a community organizer, Asian freelance correspondent, magazine and newspaper editor in Hong Kong and the U.S., and a public relations and marketing copywriter. When she’s not working Judy likes to take long walks, travel anywhere the road (or an airplane) will take her, read, try new recipes and spend time with family and friends.
Peg Janosch is the former CFO of Cowgirl Creamery and Bradford Personnel. A long time community and neighborhood organizer, she has worked on food, women’s and educational issues. Currently retired from official employment, Peg spends her time saving local libraries, leading school children on Audubon bird watching trips and helping young people become better readers. She also likes to read, take long walks with her dog Tillie, travel and spend time with her friends.