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Our Board:

Kim Carter – Founder (emeritus status)

Kim Carter is the Founder and Executive Director of Time for Change Foundation. Certified in accounting with an emphasis on not-for-profits, Kim was inspired to leave the corporate world in 2002 to start Time for Change Foundation. Motivated by her own experiences as a formerly incarcerated woman, Kim made it her mission to help women and children make the transition from homelessness and recidivism to self-sufficiency. Today she is a powerful voice for women who bear the scars of poverty, homelessness, and incarceration. It is Kim’s belief that by providing these women with training and the opportunity to develop life skills, in a nurturing and supportive environment, they will become independent, active, participants in their communities. She aspires to the work of her idol, Harriet Tubman, by lighting a path and leading others to freedom from addiction and incarceration. Her motto is that “a lit candle loses nothing when it lights another.” Alongside her role as an executive director at Time for Change, she is also a motivational speaker, an advocate, an author and more recently a developer.

Beverly Earl – Board Chair

Ms. Beverly Earl currently serves as the Board Chair of Time for Change Foundation. Ms. Earl has over 30 years experience working with vulnerable populations. She is well known for her commitment to struggling families and has received numerous community awards acknowledging her service. In addition, she sits on numerous boards and committees representing the voiceless. During her tenure, Ms. Earl has been instrumental in training her staff and volunteers to become experts surrounding the issues of Poverty, Domestic Violence, Funeral Briefing/Grieving, Disaster Services, HIV/AIDS, Hunger, Healthcare issues and Housing Counseling.

Reverend Bronica Martindale-Taylor, BA – Secretary

A native of San Bernardino, California, Reverend Bronica Martindale-Taylor graduated San Bernardino High School and Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. She is the founder and Ministry Director for Learning to Love God First, a self- reflecting ministry that teaches women spiritual growth and leadership as well as the Health Education Assistant for the San Bernardino County Nutrition Program. She is the Owner and Director of her own production company designed to give back to the inner city youth to promote self-empowerment. Rev. Bronica is an Arts Commissioner with the City of San Bernardino, Commissioner with the Bureau of Franchises, and President of the California Gardens Neighborhood Cluster Association. She is consistently sought after to direct and choreograph for numerous local and regional churches, national organizations and government sponsored events and associations. As a Board Member of Time for Change Foundation, she promotes the declaration of the Lord to continue to protect and promote their good work expanding throughout counties. “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11

Barbara E. Bloom Ph.D., M.S.W. – Board Member

Barbara E. Bloom is a Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies at Sonoma State University and she is the Co-Director (with Dr. Stephanie Covington) of the Center for Gender and Justice. Dr. Bloom has directed a range of research projects focused on gender-responsive/trauma-informed interventions and services for justice-involved women and girls. She has provided assistance to federal, state, and local criminal justice agencies, including the National Institute of Corrections, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, City and County of San Francisco Adult Probation Department and various community-based agencies serving women and girls throughout the U.S. Dr. Bloom is a past President of the Western Society of Criminology (WSC) and in 2014 she was awarded the WSC Meda Chesney-Lind Award (with Dr. Barbara Owen) for significant contributions to the fields of gender, crime, and justice.

Dawn Davison, M.S. - Board Member

Dawn Davison, MS is the former Warden of the California Institution for Women (CIW). She had a 30 year career with the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, with the last 7 years as the Chief Deputy Warden and Warden of CIW. As Warden, she instituted many rehabilitative programs and worked with volunteer groups, emphasizing education, life and workplace skills, the maintenance of family and community relationships, successful reintegration into society, and breaking the intergenerational cycle of incarceration. She also placed herself within the vanguard of reform-minded corrections managers by allowing Just Detention International (JDI) and the Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center to bring counselors into the prison to speak confidentially with sexual abuse survivors. Since her retirement in 2009, Dawn has remained an active consultant and activist for inmates’ rights, through her work as the Treasurer on the JDI Board of Directors, the California Catholic Conference, and the Center for Restorative Justice Works.

Nicole Henley, Ph.D., M.B.A. – Treasurer

Dr. Henley is an Assistant Professor at California State University, San Bernardino and holds a Ph.D. in Health Services from UCLA and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Her professional experience is in the fields of public health and education, where she has taught for over 15 years. She is committed to the “Each One, Teach One” philosophy and believes that every community has the ability to grow stronger and more resilient when members pass on their skills and knowledge to others. Dr. Henley’s passion and research interests focus on addressing issues related to access to care and health care disparities among vulnerable populations. She desires to educate, transform, and build resilient communities through teaching, and the translation of culturally-relevant research into policy and practice. Dr. Henley describes herself as a “servant-leader”, passionate about helping individuals achieve their personal and professional goals---with excellence, patience, and humility.


 

 

 

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