Board of Directors


Bill Kleiber Bill Kleiber, Executive Director
Bill Kleiber is a frequent speaker at Restorative Justice Conferences about the benefits of putting our faith in action and restoring lives. He is an activist for The Right To Vote Campaign and advocates for changes in our criminal justice system to reduce incarceration.
Contact Bill Kleiber
Edwin DavisEdwin S. Davis, Presidentt
Edwin is Coordinator of Restorative Justice for the Episcopal Diocese of Texas and has been a Professor of Political Science and Criminal Justice at Sam Houston State University for forty years. He annually directs Camp Good News in Navasota, Texas for children of inmates. He is active in Kairos, Bridges to Life and the Storybook Ministries. Contact Mr. Davis
Mark HollisMark Hollis, Vice Presidentt
Mark has served in various roles in Correctional and Healthcare Chaplaincy over the last 17 years. He is presently the RJM Consultant for Texas Baptist Men. He has three earned degrees from South-western Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth and completed 4 units of Clinical Pastoral Education. Mark believes that we need to continue working hard at discovering those spiritual Truths that lead us to new heights of Christ's freedom and graceMark's greatest passion is disipleship teaching and equipping others to be on mission. Out of his own journeyhis desire is to offer hope in Christ as an encourager of the faith. Contact Mark Hollis. 


Jerry CabluckJerry Cabluck
Jerry Cabluck, a native of Fort Worth, has been dedicated to the ReEntry Ministry for many years.  His formal education included attending North Texas University in Denton and several Photography Schools.He took his first steps into ministry with the Tarrant County Jail, where he taught in their “God Pod”.
In 2004, Jerry was asked to fill in as volunteer Chaplain at the Tarrant County Parole Office.  As Chaplain, he led The Orientation Session for the Parolees Coming to Their First Mandatory session.  Recognizing both their spiritual and physical needs, Jerry established Welcome Back/Tarrant County, a non-profit 501c3 which has the focus to give that “cup of water” to the returning men and women.
He shows them hope, becoming for some their Father figure, or Grandfather figure, for all a friend.
Contact Jerry Cabluck

Richard LopezRichard Lopez
Chaplain Lopez entered the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Chaplaincy Department at the Ellis Unit in Huntsville in 1990; promoted to Regional Program Administrator in 1996. He is the voice on Catholic issues for TDCJ and the coordinator of the execution process for Chaplaincy since 2000.
Chaplain Lopez

mark pickettMark Pickett
Associate Pastor, First United Methodist Church, Huntsville, TX. Formerly with TDCJ as Regional and Correctional Chaplain.  Contact Pastor Pickett