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.
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.
Founder | Executive Director
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.
Pastor | Board Member
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.
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.
Actor | Board Member
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.