Gordon Graham and Company Staff
Gordon is one of the nation’s most sought-after and well-respected change agents in the areas of Labor/Management and corrections. His background, communication skills and total commitment to the change process set him apart from the myriad of speakers and trainers in today’s world. Gordon is a product of what he shares with his audiences: “Change is possible, but it’s a do-it-yourself project. We provide new techniques for people who are seeking change.”
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President
Catherine joined the company in 1994. Her responsibilities include program development, presentation and training for corporations and corrections across the nation. Her facilitating specialties are Labor/Management and Corporate Leadership, Line Staff, Correctional Staff and Inmates. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Whitman College and a Master’s in Student Personnel Administration from Western Washington University. Her background includes many years as an accomplished women’s basketball coach.
Eve Lenander-Graham has primarily been involved in program development, process application and facilitator training. Eve has a degree in social work, and was a mental health therapist before joining the company 19 years ago. Her greatest satisfaction comes from seeing the profound changes in participants' lives, personally and professionally, as the result of the powerful self-discovery process we teach.
David has been presenting Gordon Graham’s seminars and training sessions across the country since 1991. His specialties include Drug and Alcohol Treatment and Corrections. He was awarded the 1995 California Peace Prize for reducing violence in East Palo Alto, where he runs a nonprofit agency called “Free at Last.” He has received the Echoing Green Foundation Community Fellowship award and the Spirit of Initiative award. David’s personal story was featured in a Bill Moyers special in 2003. He also works with the San Mateo County AIDS prevention and education program.
Gregg has been with the company since 1988, implementing programs and follow-up for labor management and leadership for organizations of all sizes. He also has conducted facilitator trainings, facilitated initial sessions, and designed custom follow-up programs for more than 3,000 participants from over 40 different organizations.
Monzell facilitates sessions for prison inmates in Washington State, and also works as a counselor at the King County Jail Facility. His background includes working as an Intervention Specialist for the Seattle School District, and counseling kids with addiction problems and gang involvement for the Black Latino Adolescent Alcohol and Drug Endeavor (B.L.A.A.D.E.) treatment facility. Monzell currently volunteers his time teaching Karate and self-empowerment skills to inner-city kids, and by sharing his story with teenagers in the local community college system. Monzell also is an actor who has participated in recovery videos and six feature films. He was awarded a Certificate of Accomplishment for Service and Commitment to the community in 1997.