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Founder & Chairman of the Board












Steve Gordon, founder and chairman of C4JT, is a life-long Christian, husband, father, and innovator of criminal justice systems reform solutions. From 2012-2017, he led a county-level initiative for reintegrating former prisoners in a large urban community that helped 2,000 returning citizens and won the Texas Governor's Award for 2017. Steve is the author of six books and is a systems analyst with extensive experience in state and local criminal justice systems. He is married to Karen and has five adult children.

Bradley H. (Brad) Harvey was born and raised in Colorado, where he attended the University of Colorado in Boulder and received a bachelor’s degree in Business. He has been a member of Calvary Church in Longmont, Colorado for 46 years, where he met his wife, Mary Ann. They have been married for 39 years and have four children and three grandchildren. Brad is an Elder at Calvary and teaches and leads a Flock there. He is the CEO of Horizons North Credit Union in Denver.

Doug Walker is one of our founding Board Members.He is an Ordained Minister of the Gospel, ordained through the Plentiful Harvest Ministry and Church in New Boston, TX. He was born and raised in Texas, growing up in Big Spring and Lamesa. Doug is a bi-vocational minister, serving as Music Director for Trinity Cumberland Church in Fort Worth, TX. He also currently works from home as an Admissions Guide for a school in St Louis. Doug volunteers as Chaplain for the Kairos Telford Advisory Council and Chaplain for the Center for Jail Transformation (C4JT) for the past 2 years, where he has been a board member for 3 years. He is a volunteer Spiritual Director for North Texas Tres Dias (NTTD) for the past year. Doug has a Bachelor of Business Administration from Angelo State University, TX and a Master of Science from Abilene Christian University, TX. He has plans to attend North Central Theological Seminary to obtain his PhD in Christian Ministry. He is married to Sandra Smith for the past 6 years. He has 5 adult children, Lindsay, Joshua, Alex, Ashley, and Briannah.


The Center For Jail Transformation Board of Directors is tasked with governing the organization well, following the corporate By-Laws in every meeting and decision. A copy of our By-Laws can be viewed here, in PDF format.

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