STEPHEN CHINLUND
315 West 39th Street, Suite 810
New York, NY 10018
W: (212) 629-6709   H: (212) 924-7437

 
CURRICULUM VITAE


Episcopal Social Services - New York City
Executive Director: September, 1986 - January, 2005

Trinity Parish - Southport, Connecticut
Rector: August, 1982 - August, 1988

NYS Department of Correctional Services - Prisoner-Family Program
Director: April, 1981 - July, 1982
Conceived and developed program to facilitate reunions of inmates and spouses following release. Wrote detailed cirriculum for workshops addressing values, use of time, self-esteem, communication, budget, ses. Continues to be used in many prisons.

NYS Commission of Correction - Gubernatorial appointment
Chairman: August, 1976 - March, 1981
Chairman of State agency responsible for monitoring of all State prisons, county jails, and police lockups. Opened office in New York City at Governor's direction. Established minimum standards for corrections practices. Advised Governor on corrections policy. Trained corrections staff. Promoted effective programs. Managed staff of 79.

Big Brothers, Inc. - New York City
Executive Director: December, 1974 - July, 1976
Directed agency comprising central office, five neighborhood offices, and residence. Hired staff, directed fund-raising, developed new programs, including Senior Big Brothers. Staff of 95.

Taconic Correctional Facility - NYS Department of Correction
Superintendent: January, 1974 - December, 1974
Opened new corrections facility in Bedford Hills, NY; responsible for designing and implementing plan to receive long-term inmates from upstate prisons; provided short-term counselling.

Manhattan Rehabilitation Center - NYS Narcotic Addiction Control Commission
Director: July, 1968 - December, 1973
Overall responsibility for treatment and rehabilitation of female drug addicts in facility with 400 beds; 800 out-patients; 325 staff budget of $3.5 million.

Narcotic Addiction Control Commission - New York State
Consultant: 1967 - 1968
Wrote booklets on counseling in groups for staff and officers. Visited different facility each day, conducted in-service training.

Reality House - (Co-founder) New York
Administrator: 1966
Recruited Board of Directors; conducted prison program; designed vocational intern process.

Exodus House - New York
Assistant Director: 1963 - 1965
Recruited first Board of Directors; primarily responsible for public and private funding. Conceived and developed prison programs and workshops.

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church - New York
Priest Associate: 1962 - 1963
Helped found groups-for-living program; assisted in preaching and worship.

St. Augustine's Chapel - Trinity Parish
Curate: 1958 - 1963
In charge of youth programs, Spanish speaking congregation. Assistant Minister, Grace Church, 1958 - 1960. Led Greenwich Village Bible Study


EDUCATION

Harvard College B.,AS. cum laude 1955
Master in Divinity, Union Theological Seminary, 1958
General Theological Seminary, 1955 - 1956
Columbia University School of Social Work, 1961
New York University School of Social Work, 1962