Board of Directors:
Dr. Brenda D. Pittman, CEO
149 Maple Avenue,
Irvington, NJ 07111
Ms. Christine Revis
Ms. Rhoda Sheppard Mrs. Chris Slade
Ms. Patricia Petway
| Biography of Dr. Brenda D, Pittman, CAMF|
Dr. Pittman has attended seminary for a total of nine years, graduated from Eagle Bible Institute, Brooklyn, NY summa cum laude and has earned her Bachelor’s in Christian Education, her Masters in Divinity and a Doctorate, with a double major, one in the Parousia (The Second Coming of Jesus) and the other in Christian Psychology. In June 2010, Dr. Pittman resigned from UMDNJ where she was stationed at Northern State Prison, Newark, NJ and prior to that worked 10 years at the Adult Diagnostic and Treatment Center, Avenel, NJ before transferring to Northern State Prison in Newark. On June 4, 2010, Dr. Pittman’s 45 birthday she resigned from UMDNJ to pursue the work of the ministry.
As the result of the arrest and imprisonment of her oldest son, Dr. Brenda Pittman is now the Founder and President of Prison Mother’s Prayer Ministry, PM'PM, a nonprofit, 501(c) 3 org. which serves as a support group for mothers, grandmothers, wives and the siblings of those incarcerated. Her goal is to open local support groups in every county in New Jersey, every state in the USA and 50 countries. She wants every mother who needs us to be able to find a local support group of people who knows exactly what she is going through. She is the Editor and Chief of PM'PM's Magazine, Night Night News, geared towards those affected by imprisonment and their families. She is also the Chairperson for PM'PM's annual T.A.P. Luncheon (Touch and Agree in Prayer) held on the second Saturday in December.
Dr. Pittman had been a columnist for The Christian Observer for six years where her articles were read monthly. Dr. Pittman is an anger management facilitator certified by Anderson & Anderson Psychological Services and Conover University. For 13 weeks, she produced a radio program called, “Know Anger to Manage” which aired on 1070am Harvest Radio. She has spoken at Essex County College, for the Father’s Now Program and also for Newark Now. She conducts anger management sessions for at-risk youth at the Juvenile Detention Center on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. Dr. Pittman also speaks in front of groups of 50-100 individuals at facilities such as Logan Hall and Delaney Hall. Dr. Pittman has conducted group sessions in the Newark Public School and Strousberg School District in PA.to help youth with anger issues and Effective Decision Making Skills.
Expect to see Dr. Pittman’s published work soon, her four books entitled:
“God the Author of Positive Thinking”
“Delegation in Administration”
“The Line in Your Heart”
It’s a Miracle “Every Eye Shall See Him”