IMCW Staff

Trisha Stotler

Interim Executive Director

Trisha Stotler has been a student of meditation for almost thirty years, and teaching for IMCW since 2009. She is a past board president. Her areas of personal interest are using the dharma as a guide through life transitions and times of groundlessness, end-of-life issues, and the exploration of happiness and purpose. Her teachings draw primarily from the Vipassana tradition, but she’s also known for bringing in wisdom from other traditions that highlight the universality of the dharma.

Anne Green

Administrative Director

Anne is responsible for day-to-day operations. Working collaboratively with the Board of Directors, the staff and members of the IMCW community, Anne is responsible for coordinating communications and website development, financial processing, and implementation of fundraising campaigns. She came to IMCW through the Family Meditation class, and has a meditation practice that extends back to high school.

Neile Whitney


Neile joined IMCW in spring of 2004 and was hired as administrative staff in the spring of 2005. She helped create and managed the volunteer program, designs, edits, and publishes IMCW's newsletters and other publications, produces the email and video fundraising projects, wrote and designed much of IMCW's websites, and manages the website. She is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Philippines) and has worked in non-profits for most of her career.

Glen Harrison (Sukhita)

Wednesday Night Coordinator/Spiritual Friends

Glen joined the IMCW staff in March 2011. He is responsible for coordinating IMCW's Wednesday night class, Spiritual Friends groups, retreat management and audio editing. Glen is a Gulf War Veteran and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Uzbekistan and Romania). He also serves as co-treasurer for the International Buddhist Committee (IBC).