Since Maylie's death in 2001, Alan Senauke and Angie Boissevain have been the AZG's visiting teachers/advisors. Here's a little bit
Hozan Alan Senauke is vice-abbot of Berkeley Zen Center in California. He lives at BZC with his wife, Laurie, and their two children.
Since 1991 Alan has worked with the Buddhist Peace Fellowship, where he presently serves as Senior Advisor. He continues to work as
a socially engaged Buddhist activist, most recently founding the Clear View Project, developing Buddhist-based resources for relief
and social change. In another realm, Alan has been a student and performer of American traditional music for more than forty years.
You can find several audio files of talks given by Alan on a visit to the AZG in 2007 here.
Angie Boissevain is a transmitted lay priest disciple of Kobun Chino Otogawa and completed transmission with Vanja Palmers. She
has been teaching in the San Francisco Bay Area for 25 years. She was one of the founders, with Kobun roshi, of Jikoji, a Zen
temple and retreat center in the Santa Cruz mountains, and now is teacher for the Floating Zendo, which meets in San Jose,
California. She leads retreats with the AZG sangha several times a year. Her travel schedule also
takes her to retreats in New Mexico, Mendocino County, Austria, and Switzerland. She has three sons and is a published poet.
You can find talks by Angie on the website for the Floating Zendo.