Meet The C.A.R.E. Team
Thursday Meeting Outcomes
Lisa M. Wilson has worked in education for over 20 years and is a social justice activist for education and prison reform.
C.A.R.E. Curriculum Writer
Melissa Coyne has worked in the ECE field for 30 years and is the Program Director of RIE. She is an advocate for equity and critical thought.
Core C.A.R.E. Curriculum Writer/Co-Founder
Sarah L. Wilson is an artist, screenwriter, director, educator, social justice activist, and advocate in the world of fine arts, media, and literature.
Leticia Garza is the founder of E.P.I.C. Consulting and is committed to education reform, community connection and development, advocacy, and activism.
C.A.R.E. Curriculum Writer
Dr. Koyya Lewis is an assistant professor committed to helping students — particularly underrepresented students —succeed in Higher Education.
C-Note is a poet, playwright, performing artist, and award-winning visual artist who is known as the King of Prison Hip Hop. C-Note is a social justice activist behind the walls.
Tonette is an Equity Analyst committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion explicit to race and systemic inequalities of underserved populations.
Min King X is the ED for California Prison Focus. King is and activist and committed to prison reform and social justice.
Mr. Stone works with students on over 30 campuses in San Bernardino, Rialto and the High Desert as well as visit with students in juvenile hall.
Brandon is committed to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. He is the Assistant at College Of The Canyons for DEI.
Dr. Davis is the Assistant Chancellor and Executive Director of the Los Angeles Orange County Regional Consortium.
Helia is an advocate for ECE and education reform with extensive academic and hands-on experience in QRIS programs.
Crissy Nooris is an educator, social justice activist, and advocate who is committed to helping others find their "why" in this world.
Kim Barker is an assistant professor, child and family advocate, and social justice activist dedicated to reforming the system through curriculum development.
Rachel Johnson is an Associate Professor of Child Development and has passionately worked in the field of Early Childhood Education as an advocate for change and responsive care.
Maeve Katherine Bergman, JD currently works on socioeconomic equity for community college students and their families with SF Bay Area faculty.
Renee Marshall is an education advocate who has been supporting California Community Colleges since 2004.
London McBride is a Husband, Father, Friend, Pastor, Peace Officer, Anti-Racist, and Change-Agent.
Wade is a faith leader and curator for social justice reform and faith integration. He is committed to creating and maintaining DEI environments.
NIckolas is a retired Coast Guard veteran and a lecturer at Cal Poly Pomona, teaching Socio-cultural, Historical, and Philosophical perspectives of sport.
Eddie is a co-founder of NexusEdge; Democratizing access to economic opportunity through online education created by employers, integrated into the classroom