Directors

Chris Johnson
Dr. Christopher Johnson,
President
Chris Johnson serves as Associate Dean of Student Affairs at Santa Barbara City College. He holds degrees from State University of New York at Cobleskill, Salisbury University, Boston College and a joint Doctorate of Education from the University of California, Santa Barbara and California Polytechnic State University. Chris joined the EYC because he was interested in what, if anything, was being done in Santa Barbara County to assist young African Americans achieve their full potential.
Guy Walker
Guy R. Walker,
Past President / Secretary
Guy R. Walker, Founder/President of Wealth Management Strategies, a financial advisory firm. A Dunn School and UCSB graduate with a degree in Economics, Black Studies and Political Science. Guy has served on many non-profit boards including The Allan Hancock College Foundation, Community Action Committee and The Dunn School boards. Guy joined the EYC board because he believes that by advocating for African American boys he is helping to unleash the potential of a Nation. ~Ex Uno Plura~
Charles Rogers
Charles Rogers,
Treasurer
Charles Rogers is a Systems Engineer for the RGNext Company at Vandenberg AFB, CA, and previously worked for Lockheed Martin Corporation for 32 years. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Northern Illinois University and a Master’s degree from West Coast University. Charles has worked with the youth in Lompoc and Santa Barbara County providing academic tutoring and college planning and financial aid assistance, with emphasis on black youth. Charles joined the EYC because the goals of the organization are very similar to his in helping young black males reach their full potential.
Gloria Mantooth
Gloria Mantooth,
Director
Gloria graduated from Cabrillo High School and is a graduate of Cal State University, Sacramento with a BS in Accountancy. Gloria has worked in the Non-profit arena and the Hospitality arena. Currently works for Walpole & Co, LLP in Goleta. Recently relocated from Hawaii, Gloria has two children and five grandchildren, is passionate about music and performs locally. Gloria joined EYC because as a single mother of an African American son, she knows the struggles and pressures they face to find their passion to succeed in life. It was through organizations like EYC that helped in her struggle.
Greg Marsh
Greg Marsh,
Director
Chair of Scholarships and Grants Committee
Greg Marsh relocated to Santa Barbara from Orlando, FL in 2006. Earned a bachelor degree from the College of Business at Florida International University, Miami FL. Greg is a licensed Financial Advisor with PlanMember Securities Corporation. Greg has volunteered with many Non-Profits locally including Santa Barbara Partners in Education and Transition House. He joined EYC to help promote the personal and professional development of our communities’ underrepresented youth.
Mitch Torina
Mitch Torina,
Director
Mitch Torina is the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources for the Santa Barbara Unified School District. Mr. Torina has a Bachelor of Science in Genetics from UC Davis, a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, and a Masters of Arts in Counseling Education from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Mr. Torina is a product Santa Barbara’s public schools. He has worked with marginalized, under-represented and “at-opportunity” youth for over 20 years. Mr. Torina was a mentor for EYC in its beginning, and has decided to serve on the current board to provide leadership and support for the next generation of youth of color.
Cliff Lambert
Cliff Lambert,
Director, Emeritus

Born and raised in Santa Barbara, Ca. & currently lives in Buellton, Ca. with wife Rosalyn.

Graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Degrees: BA Degree in Speech Communications & Secondary Teaching Credential

EYC Involvement: I have always felt that it is important foremost to enhance the quality of life in the community in which you live. EYC was established as a non-profit agency on the East side of Santa Barbara in 1986 due to a growing concern about the adverse impact that drug trafficking and addiction was having on the lives of teens and young adults. I happen to be at the right place at the right time to see the rise and formation of EYC.

 

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