Fleet Maull is a senior student of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and an ordained priest and Sensei (Zen Teacher) in the Zen Peacemakers Sangha. He has been studying and practicing Buddhism and contemplative spirituality for 30 years and teaching the same for over 20 years.
Fleet is a leading prison activist and the founder of two national organizations, Prison Dharma Network and the National Prison Hospice Association which promote contemplative spirituality and compassionate end-of-life care in our prisons and jails. He is an adjunct faculty member at Naropa University, where he directs the activist training components of the Masters in Engaged Buddhism program; teaches courses in engaged spirituality, contemplative social action and peacemaking; and directs the Institute for Transformative Justice.
Fleet currently serves as the Director for Peacemaker Community Colorado and Co-Director of Colorado Peacemaker Institute.