Our Board

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k.d. lang has won four GRAMMY® awards, eight Juno Awards, a BRIT, an AMA, a VMA, and four awards from GLAAD. In 1996, she received Canada’s highest civilian honor, the Order of Canada. In 2013, she was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame at the Juno Awards.  She has appeared alongside such musical luminaries as Roy Orbison, Bonnie Raitt, Elton John, Loretta Lynn, and Tony Bennett. “She’s the best singer of her generation,” observed Bennett, who has frequently toured with lang since their 2002 Wonderful World duets album. lang has also contributed to numerous soundtracks, and has appeared in films.

Anne Lind

Anne became interested in Tools for Peace after attending the summer camp and experiencing the transformation of the group of kids attending. Having two children and watching and participating in their education with great joy initiated her interest in childhood education. She has been involved with education serving as the chair of the board of trustees of the Discovery Museum and is currently a member of her children’s school board.

Ken Monnens

Ken has served on the Advisory Board of Tools for Peace since 2005 and produced the first Northern California fundraiser for the organization in Marin in October 2006. With degrees in both art and law, Ken heads kenCreative, a successful branding firm located in Berkeley, California. His company has designed corporate and brand identities, packaging and marketing communications for companies across North America.

Ken also serves as a Director of The Edward E. Hills Fund and the Advisory Board of The Taylor Family Foundation.

Aimee Price

Aimee first met Tools for Peace founder Lama Gyatso Rinpoche in 1992 and has been involved with Tools for Peace since its beginning. Always having an interest in education and child development, Aimee helped to start and establish The New Village School, an independent k-8 school located in Sausalito California. She lives in Northern California with her husband Greg and their 4 children.

Jamie Price, J.D., Executive Director

Jamie left the ranks of Fortune 500 America in 1997 with the intention of creating positive change in our world. Since then she has worked to establish the Tools for Peace™ and American Foundation for Tibetan Cultural Preservation.  Jamie is the Chief Editor of the Tools for Peace Personal Mandala Workbook.