Fleet Maull co-founded the first hospice program in a correctional facility in 1987 at the U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners in Springfield, Missouri, the highest security prison hospital in the federal Bureau of Prisons. In 1991, Fleet founded the <strong>National Prison Hospice Association, catalyzing a movement that now includes over 75 hospice programs in state and federal correctional facilities in the United States and transforming end-of-life care in corrections.
Fleet founded the Center for Contemplative End of Life Care and the Contemplative End of Life Care professional certificate program at Naropa University in 2003 and organized and chaired six national Contemplative End of Life Care Conferences, 2003 - 2008.
Upaya Institute Contemplative Care and Chaplaincy. Fleet served as a senior faculty member of the Upaya Institute's Being With Dying Program, a professional training program for physicians, nurses and other clinicians from 2001 - 2007. Fleet is co-founder and senior faculty in the Upaya Institute Buddhist Chaplaincy Training Program.