The Executive Director

Linda Jackson is a San Bernardino County resident for over twenty years. Ten

plus years ago, with passion and benevolence in her heart and a background

in escrow and real estate, Linda began helping members of her church

who experienced trouble with their mortgages at her kitchen table. Linda's insight motivated her to build long-term relationships with the local churches to provide opportunities for families to move toward achieving their "American Dream."

 

In addition, Linda has formed partnerships with other nonprofit and governmental entities such as Inland Empire Concerned African American Churches San Bernardino County Economic Development Agency, Housing Opportunities Collaborative of the Inland Empire, Westside Action Group (WAG), a community based organization in her local community of San Bernardino. Federal Home Loan Bank, Chase Bank, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, PNC, as well as many others.

She is the recipient of numerous awards, including: “Beyond the Boundaries” Award from the IECAAC, Woman of the Year Award from the National Association of Professional Women along with several accommodations from the City of San Bernardino Police Dept., City of San Bernardino, City of Fontana, the County of San Bernardino, San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, the State of California Senate, as well as a U.S. Congressional Certificate of Recognition for her outstanding work. Her talent has extended her work to locations such as Sacramento, Stockton, Chicago, Washington, D.C. and Detroit. Recently, Linda completed a course of study in the USC Nonprofit Resilient Leaders and Capacity Building Program from the University of Southern California.

Linda fosters a prayerful and caring work environment that allows many clients to thrive in their increased awareness and the empowerment received through resource counseling. For all who have been privileged to know her, recognize her desire to provide spiritual, loving, giving care to individuals embracing the blessing to have had their paths cross.