President & CEO
Renè Greenwald is the President and CEO of Pitzer Consulting Group and focuses the vast majority of his efforts on International Business Development while generating new opportunities overseas for the Company. He has more than forty years of professional experience working in all the Spanish speaking countries of Latin America and was the representative in Mexico for the Pan America Development Foundation for over ten years. He has actively supported efforts to work with Mexican inmates in the U.S. supplying educational material in Spanish as part of a rehabilitation program. As a member of teams visiting Central Asia and the Middle East, Renè completed feasibility studies for USAID. As a valued leader, he has worked closely with government offices, educational institutions, as well as the private sector.
Address: 6545 Calder Avenue, Beaumont TX 77706
Office Phone: 409.234.2933
Cell Phone: 954.643.3648
Selma De Jesús-Zayas,Ph.D.
Director of Mental Health
Dr. De Jesús is the Director of Mental Health Programs for PCGI. She is a Clinical Psychologist with a specialty in Forensics. Dr. De Jesús joined PCGI after retiring from the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) where she served 23 years, the last 13 years as the Chief of Psychology Services, in Miami. Dr. De Jesús, who is from San Juan, Puerto Rico, obtained her B.A. (Social Science) and M.A. (Psychology) from the University of Puerto Rico. Her interest in the integration of psychology and religion led her to Fuller Theological Seminary (Pasadena, Ca.) where she obtained an M.A. in Theology and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. Upon graduation, she began her career in forensic psychology first by completing her Post-Doctorate Internship in a hospital for the criminally insane and those not competent to stand trial and later with the BOP, in Miami, Florida where she was hired as a Forensic Examiner. A licensed psychologist in the state of Florida, Dr. De Jesús was one of a handful BOP mental health experts who regularly testified in federal court regarding inmates’ competency to stand trial, sanity at the time of the offense, and degree of dangerousness. As the head of psychology services in Miami Dr. De Jesús department monitored the mental health stability of approximately 1,500 adult, male inmates. Dr. De Jesús’ areas of expertise include competency, sanity at the time of the offense, dangerousness, suicide prevention, and suicide reconstruction (“suicide autopsy”). Dr. De Jesús is bilingual, fluent in both English and Spanish.