The Bromont Program has been blessed with the benefit of some amazing support and mentorship. Below are just a handful of the people who are so graciously committed to our mission.
Founder | Executive Director
As a screenwriter Mylrell won a national Pen America contest in 2014. Since returning home after incarceration he has worked on the documentaries Mully (which played in theaters nation-wide) and Harry and Snowman. He’s been mentored by Academy Award Nominated Editor Matthew Cooke and worked as a post-production assistant on the HBO show Silicon Valley.
Pastor | Board Member
A tenth-degree black belt and martial arts Grandmaster, Donnie has been featured in nine feature films. He is also a navy veteran, and served as a peace officer for the Los Angeles Police Department. He is currently the pastor of his own church in Southern California.
Equal parts businessman and humanitarian, Paul is the founder of Blavin Scholars, a program dedicated to helping those who are aging out of foster care obtain a post secondary education. Paul also founded FOR GOOD , a company committed to harnessing the power of video, music and film to bring awareness to critical human issues.
A graduate of the UCLA MFA Screenwriting Program, David is currently writing and producing a film adaptation of the #1 New York Times best selling book, which has sold 15million copies worldwide, A Child Called "It", and writing and producing a film adaptation of the hit book A Severe Mercy.
Actor | Board Member
An American actor and comedian, he is best known for starring as Jared Dunn on the HBO comedy series Silicon Valley. Prior to that, he was a series regular for 3 seasons on the NBC sitcom The Office, playing the role of Gabe Luis. He also recurs on the HBO series Veep and on the USA Network sitcom Playing House.
Actor | Board Member
An actor and producer, Lucas is the President of the non-profit FirsTen. He is also the President of Sterling Light Productions, a motion picture production company directing attention onto fictional and
non-fictional stories that provoke deep questions about why we are who we are, while seeking to provide insight into these matters.
Scott Budnick is the Founder and President of the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC), which provides a support network for formerly incarcerated men and women and advocates for fairer criminal justice policies. He also executive produced many successful comedies, including the highest grossing rated-R comedies in history, THE HANGOVER series.