Meet the Team
We are dedicated to fighting against racism by offering counter narratives to the racist propaganda of the day and training a new generation of youth in anti-racism ideology and strategies. CART is also dedicated to initiating conversations on racism, oppression, and marginalization while providing opportunities for affected people to heal from the ravages of historical and inter-generational trauma that racism causes.
COREY JACKSON, MSW
Founder & Co-Director
Corey received his Master of Social Work degree from California Baptist University specializing in youth development, culturally responsive interventions and social justice issues. He currently serves as the founder and Chairman/CEO of the SBX Youth and Family Services whose mission is to break the cycle of poverty and violence through mentoring, education, and community organizing. Mr. Jackson is an expert in Afrocentric interventions for middle school and high school adolescents. Continuing to serve his community, he serves as the Political Action Chair of the Riverside NAACP and as Youth Minister at the Moreno Valley Church of Christ. He was also elected as a member of the Riverside County Board of Education where he is only the second African American elected to the board in its over 100-year history.
KEILA MAZARIEGOS, MSW
Keila Mazariegos, MSW (Associate Director) is a recent California Baptist
University graduate with a Master’s degree in Social Work with a specialized
focus in community practice. Her passion for social justice as a Latina informs her work with communities in empowering People of Color (POC) to unapologetically stand up for their rights. As a social advocate for resources, partnerships, and programs that adhere to community prosperity, Keila demonstrates a history of working with nonprofits, community organizations, school districts, students, families, and travel entities. As a social worker, she believes in the importance of building relationships, advocating for marginalized and displaced populations and providing a safe environment to those seeking guidance.
Meet the Advisory Council
Inland Empire Community Foundation
The Inland Empire Community Foundation's mission is to strengthen the Inland Empire through philanthropy. Their vision is for the IE to be a vibrant, generous and just region filled with unlimited opportunities.
The California Endowment’s mission is to expand access to affordable, quality health care for underserved individuals and communities and to promote fundamental improvements in the health status of all Californians
A Coalition of various organizations that are committed to anti-racist ideals and pushing racially equitable policies!