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Christal Sterling

Christal Sterling

Christal Sterling came to Time for Change Foundation (TFCF) with over 20 years of experience in Public Health. Christal has successfully overcome life challenges by continuing to press forward with her expertise in substance abuse, mental health, and prevention education. Christal continues to empower and uplift men and women with her strong, Spiritual background as

Tiffani Alexander, M.S.Ed

Program Director Tiffani Alexander

Tiffani Alexander came to Time for Change Foundation (TFCF) as a Program Director and an influential leader with a huge passion to help those in need. She previously served the special needs community in public education for nearly a decade. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree and Master of Science degree in education from California Baptist

Regina Jimenez

Housing and Peer Navigator Regina Jiminez

Regina Jimenez came to Time for Change Foundation (TFCF) in 2013 as a client, eventually overcoming addiction and homelessness. Regina found work at Cedar House Life Change Center as a client care specialist for 2 years. She now returns to TFCF as a Housing and Peer Navigator and is maintaining self-sufficiency and sobriety. Regina’s goal

Amber Wiggins

Amber joined the Time for Change Foundation team in 2020 as a Peer Mentor after graduating our Positive Futures Program. She has since taken on the role of System Navigator where she provides reentry services and ensures our formerly incarcerated clients receive necessary services to become successful when returning home from incarceration. After overcoming years

Dominique Woods

Dominique Woods

Dominique came to Time for Change Foundation as the Executive Administrative Assistant. With over eight years working with for-profit companies in the areas of finance and administration, she brings a wealth of expertise to the organization. Although new to the nonprofit industry, she is not new to helping others.  Dominique’s zeal to do meaningful work

Jennifer Rangel

Jennifer Rangel

Jennifer Rangel is Time for Change Foundation’s Program Administrator. In this role she provides administrative support to TFCF’s executive team and assists with the Black and Brown Opportunities for Profit (BBOP) Center’s BBOP Business Academy Build Program. Jennifer brings over 19 years combined experience in customer service including banking, higher education, and entrepreneur roles. She

Elizabeth “Lizzy” Vancil

Elizabeth 'Lizzy' Vancil AOD Counselor at Time for Change Foundation

Lizzy is an experienced, passionate Certified Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor with a strong desire to help those who have struggled with addiction. She counts her own recovery journey—maintaining sobriety—along with her education with evidence-based practices for substance abuse as the mold for her teaching style: practical, loving, and compassionate. This approach helps assist in

Lisha Lay

Lisha Lay - Workforce Development Director at Time for Change Foundation

Lisha started helping others at a young age and found that it was her calling. She has worked with nonprofits for the last four years specifically in finding a place for those with significant disabilities and other barriers to employment in the working world. She believes that all people should have a fair chance to

Roland Navarro

Roland Navarro has worked with several nonprofit organizations in the capacity of Accounting Manager, Controller and CFO. What he likes most in working with nonprofits is their mission to their communities and those in need of assistance in life, and survival.  His first experience in the nonprofit world was helping young boys and girls with

Brittney Lopez

Brittney has worn many hats she feels has prepared her for her role at Time for Change Foundation. Brittney moved to the San Bernardino area from Phoenix AZ to be closer to family. She found TFCF as if by fate. Having been through many difficult situations in her life—experiencing loss and regret—she has found inner

Alexandria Wilson

Alexandria Wilson has spent the last 8+ years helping others in the community. Prior to Alex’s undergraduate career, she worked with Title I elementary school children after school. She enjoyed creating the enrichment activities, but most of all she loved listening, and mentoring the children through their early trauma. This is where Alex decided to

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