Michigan Parole Board members
Maurice Armstrong has a master's degree in public administration. He previously worked in court administration and human services in Texas, as a legal services technician for the U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate Corps, as a municipal court administrator, and as a judicial accounts clerk for the Ingham Circuit Court.
Charles Braddock was formerly a homicide detective with the Saginaw Police Department.
Ronald Gach, a member of the Board since 1985, is the only current member who served on the pre- 1992 Board. He has served as a deputy warden at two Michigan facilities and superintendent at another. He has a master's degree in sociology from the University of Detroit.
John Hallacy was formerly a Chief Assistant Prosecutor in Calhoun County.
Barabara Queen Johnson, appointed to the Board in 1985, has a master's degree in social work from Indiana University in Indianapolis. She previously worked at Orchard's Children's Services in Southfield, where she was involved in foster care management and training. She has also worked as a part-time therapist.
Stephen Marschke, who began he law enforcement career in 1977, was the Barrien County Sheriff before being appointed to the Board. He also worked for the Benton Harbor, MI and Elkhard, IN Police Departments and commanded the Metro Narcotics Unit in Barrien County. He has a bachelor's degree from Indiana University in South Bend.
Margie McNutt was a pretrial services investigator in Ingham County from 1979 until she was appointed to the Board in 1992. She interviewed accused felons for bond recommendations and supervised caseloads for compliance with the conditions of pretrial release.
Andrea Morse administered the Victim and Witness Protection Act for the Western District of Michigan and advised the U.S. Attorney on victim-witness matters before joining the Board. From 1980-1985, she directed victim-witness services for the Kent County Prosecutor's Office. She has a master's degree in public administration from Western Michigan University.
William Reed was formerly a probation supervisor with the Michigan Department of Corrections.
William Slaughter was formerly a police officer.