Our Team


LEAD4TOMORROW (L4T) TEAM

Greg Bourne

Greg Bourne
Director/Principal

Greg has more than 25 years experience in the fields of conflict resolution, leadership development and peacebuilding.  He has co-founded and directed three university and nonprofit organizations, most recently Lead4Tomorrow.  His areas of expertise include developing cross-sector partnerships to address major policy and social issues, both in the United States and internationally.  He has written numerous articles and led many courses and workshops toward the end of creating truly civil societies.

 

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Karen Cross
Director/Principal

Karen served as the Program Manager for the University of Hawai‘i Program on Conflict Resolution and Spark M. Matsunaga Institute for Peace from 1987 to 2010.  She provided culturally appropriate process design, facilitation, mediation, and a range of conflict resolution training to schools, communities, and organizations throughout Hawai`i, the Pacific region and internationally.  Recently she served as a founding Co-Director of the Center for Global Nonkilling. Her undergraduate psychology degree work was at the University of Redlands and San Jose State and her graduate work was in social work at UCLA. She has travelled extensively internationally, pursuing peace-building efforts in Africa and South Asia, among other locales.

 

Lucy RobertsLucy Morse Roberts
Family Hui Program Director

Lucy co-founded and directed ArtReach Orlando, coordinated projects for the Multifaith Education Project, and assisted in the creation of the Peace and Justice Initiative at Valencia College. She is an educator by training and specializes in creating programs for diverse, multicultural communities.

 

Denis Bikesha
East/Central Africa Programs Coordinator

Prior to joining L4T, Denis was a key leader in the Gacaca Courts system addressing the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide. Denis is now located in Dar es Salaam while completing a PhD, and leads L4T’s violence prevention leadership programs in Tanzania and the region.

 

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