Our Team

Carl Olton, Jr. CEO

Born in Los Angeles County Carl Olton, Jr. has been a part of South Central Los Angeles culture his entire life. With a mother from Los Angeles and a father from Kingston, Jamaica, Carl quickly discovered social, political, and economic disadvantages in melanated communities. He has since then dedicated his career and life to creating access for cultural representation in schools across the state of California.

Carl Olton, Jr. is a political scientist with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a Master’s degree in Urban and Public Affairs. He has more than 7 years of educational program management and research. Carl has achieved working with organizations and school districts to present reparatory projects for specifically disadvantaged communities.

Favorite Movie

FRIDAY (1995)

Favorite Quote

“With confidence you won even before you have started.” – Marcus Garvey

Jonathan Mosley, Human Resources Director

Jonathan Mosley, originally from Portland, Oregon, moved to Southern California with his family as a teenager after receiving a scholarship to play for the Army & Navy Academy Basketball team.  Jonathan’s  passion is to see young adults become successful academically.  He is keenly aware of mental wellness as he struggled personally with school early on.  Jonathan decided to get involved with the community and associate himself with the Special Olympics as he became a head coach in various sports working with all ages.

Jonathan graduated from California State University San Marcos with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources and Development.  During his collegiate years he ran Track and Field and play Intramural Basketball.  Jonathan has a SHRM and Ethics of Business Certification.  He previously worked 6 years as an Administrative Recruiter to employ nurses with hospitals.  He played a crucial role in the United States during the pandemic as he worked  up to 60 hours a week to supply hospitals with essential workers.