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Park, Recreation and Historical Commissioner (PRHC) of Alameda County

I am honored to be allowed to serve on the Park, Recreation and Historical Commission (PRHC) of Alameda County. I have always been an advocate for a variety of causes from youth, businesses, and national monuments, parks, and lands to being a voice for those that are unable to speak for their specific causes. Thank you for allowing me to speak for you. If there is a cause that interest you pertaining to the PRHC please contact me at jegroup11@gmail.com.

West Oakland BART Station-Community Advisory Council (WOBS CAC)

We all know that West Oakland offers a rich history for the Oakland community from the 7th Street Corridor known for its Music and Entertainment culture and its beautiful Victorian homes to the diversity of the immigrants and Southerners that come to the West for a chance to enhance their economic future. The China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) and the Strategic Urban Development Alliance (SUDA) have joined together to revitalize the West Oakland community by providing jobs while maintaining its historical value and culture. It is proposed that BART will be the anchor tenant for the West Oakland BART Station project along with retail, businesses and a residential community.

A group of representatives was carefully chosen to represent the West Oakland BART Station-Community Advisory Council (WOBS CAC). The WOBS CAC will be the voice for the West Oakland community. We will do our best to speak on your behalf. If you have a need or want something to be conveyed as the project is underway please contact us at jegroup11@gmail.com.

2015 CASA Banquet Fundraiser

CASA Alameda County 2015 Banquet Fundraiser (Wedgewood Banquet Center) (L-R): CASA Speaks Ambassador Joymara Coleman, Former CASA Volunteer Vernita Naylor, Table Host Cheryl Poncini and Ron Mazur of the Dublin Rotary (Photo Courtesy: CASA Alameda County)

Providing community services can be an extremely rewarding adventure.  As a volunteer, you are not only doing something for the organization but you’re devoting your time and efforts to the betterment of the world and the community around you.  For several years, we at JEGroup have given back by volunteering on a regular basis with several non-profit organizations:

  • Scotts Valley Tribal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (SVT TANF) – Served as an Instructor teaching life and professional services to enhance and prepare clients for personal, employment and career readiness for the Welfare to Work Program
  • Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for Alameda County– Served as a CASA Volunteer Specializing in Emancipated Youth
  • Girls Inc – Served as Public Relations Chair; Treasurer and on Board of Directors
  • Oakland Digital Arts & Literacy (ODALC)– Served as Program/Project Manager to assist with annual events such as Small Business Media Symposium, Inspiration Awards, and Inspire Oakland