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Our Staff:

Executive
Founder/Executive Director
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.
Associate Director
Vanessa Perez is a graduate of California State University San Bernardino. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications and is an active volunteer in her community. Vanessa began working at Time for Change Foundation as an intern under the Communications Department and has worked her way up to Time for Change Foundation’s Associate Director. In this position, her focus is to support the implementation of the Foundation's strategic plans and policies, and to provide leadership and management to the TFCF and other technical staff in the areas of planning, programming, fund development, marketing and administration. Vanessa seeks to be an agent for change in her community promoting equity for all individuals. Through her work at Time for Change Foundation and involvement in her local church, The Way World Outreach, she is living out her passion of empowering women to become the voice of change. In 2014, she completed the Women’s Foundation of California’s Women’s Policy Institute which equipped her with skills to navigate the California legislative process and influence decision makers to create policies that better the quality of life in her local community and for all Californians.
Housing and Re-entry Services
Case Management Supervisor
Phyllis Scott has been in the field of counseling for over seven years. She attended William Reed Academy where she obtained her Drug and Alcohol Counseling Certificate. Phyllis came to Time for Change Foundation in October 2012 as a Case Manager. She most recently served as a Lead Trainer for Premier Medical Transportation, prior to that she has worked as a Substance Abuse Counselor at the Forever Free Program in the California Institution for Women.
Case Manager
Darlene is a case manager with Time for Change Foundation, her experience in community and helping others is extensive. She has over twenty years of experience working in the government sector helping develop case management programs and provide assistance to families in need.
AOD/Compliance Officer CATC II
With his Level II Certification in alcohol and drug counseling. Dwayne Robinson is also an empowering facilitator of 12-Step Education, Relapse Prevention, and evidence based Life Skills to varied audiences. Working in the field for the past decade and having coordinated veterans aftercare phase programs for six of those years, Dwayne brings his addiction and trauma training and degree in Human Services to Time for Change Foundation as our Alcohol or Drug Counselor/ Compliance Officer. Seeing how addiction has devastated so many families, including his own, Dwayne has a passion to help women and children forge a path to sobriety and self-sufficiency.
Transportation Specialist
Diane Sapp worked as a Water Damage Technician for years, prior to coming to Time for Change Foundation in 2009. She came to Time for Change Foundation wanting a chance to change her lifestyle. After graduating from the program in 2011, Diane became employed with us as a Transportation Specialist. She also attends San Bernardino Valley College in the Human Services Department. Her goal is to complete the necessary coursework in the field of Case Management.
Civic Engagement and Advocacy
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Communications
Communications and Marketing Associate
Jasmine Creighton began her journey as an entrepreneur and in 2010 founded her business Delesa J Writing Services. The business provided Public Relations and professional writing services for a number of companies, including Time for Change Foundation. Jasmine became a full-time marketing professional in 2012 and since then had the opportunity to work for Vista Metals Corp., H&R Block, and lululemon. She returned to Time for Change as a Communications and Marketing Associate. Her goals for the foundation include strengthening the brand and going from a local to a global organization. She holds a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Creative Writing from Cal State University San Bernardino.
Accounting
Controller/Consultant
Angela Glasby is the Controller/Consultant for Time for Change Foundation. She has over 25 years experience as Chief Financial Officer, Controller, Financial/Budget Analyst and Internal Auditor in both Governmental and Corporate environments. Her academic achievements include a Master degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from University of Phoenix, Phoenix, Arizona.
Accountant
David Howe graduated from Palo Verde Valley Community College in 1995 with an Associates Arts Degree in Business Administration. In 1999, he graduated from California State University San Bernardino, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. David is an active member of the San Bernardino Sunset Rotary Club where he served as Treasurer on the Board of Directors 2005 – 2008, and currently as Program Co-Chair and the Volunteer Chair Person for the 24th Annual Tin Man Triathlon.
Administration
Executive Administrative Assistant
With a background in small business ownership, Lisa came to Time for Change Foundation after the loss of her husband and the extreme difficulty of being a single mother with two small children. Overcoming addiction and homelessness, Lisa reached self-sufficiency after seven months and joined our team as Data Entry Specialist/Resource Coordinator. With her unique perspective, she brings hope to clients striving to attain self-sufficiency.

 

 

 

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