Is an international peacemaker, celebrated gang intervention specialist, humanitarian and social entrepreneur. He is the founder and Executive Director of Inner City Visions. Mr. Lomas dedicated his life to breaking the cycles of poverty, addiction & gang violence. These efforts have helped bridge communities devastated by multi-generational hatred and violence.
Mr. Lomas has launched new economic models from within the South Los Angeles communities to provide positive redirection, purpose, opportunity, hope and value to the residents of South Los Angeles. The anti-violence strategies have positively impacted thousands of young adults and children both locally & worldwide, including the “child gun soldiers” of Sudan.
His work has been featured on CNN, ABC Worlds News, NY Times & NPR to name a few.
To find out more about Alfred Lomas visit his website at alfredlomas.com.
Kevin Malone, named “The Best General Manager in the Game” in 1995, retired from professional baseball in 2001 after an illustrious 17 year career in which his teams earned a World Championship and several trips to the post-season.
Mr. Malone, a human trafficking “abolitionist” uses his talents, experiences and relationships to fight the eradication of child sex slavery. Kevin is the Founder and Executive Director of Protect The P.A.T.H. (People Against Trafficking Humans), a ministry dedicated and committed to ending the sex slavery of minors in American cities, communities and neighborhoods.
P.T.P. seeks to bring awareness, prevention, rescue assistance and restoration to children. The model implemented is a proven, evidence based approach that utilizes collaboration among experienced leaders, experts, survivors, professionals and service providers in all sectors of human trafficking to battle America’s “slave problem.” Malone believes that all people are called to seek justice, rescued the oppressed and defend the orphan. February, 2015 Kevin became an ordained minister.
He has been married to Marilyn for 33 years and they live in Los Angeles. They have two children, Shannon (28) and Shawn (25).
DR. INDHUSHREE RAJAN
Dr. Indhushree Rajan received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, and her M.A. in Literature, with an emphasis in Postmodern and Postcolonial Cultural Theory, from California State University, Fullerton. Dr. Rajan’s teaching career has spanned more than a decade, and includes work with at-risk, incarcerated youth, junior college, college, and graduate level students.
In clinical settings and in the nonprofit sector, Dr. Rajan has spent over 20 years working with child, adolescent, and adult survivors of physical, sexual, and psychological trauma, in diverse cultural and socio-economic communities in California.
For the past eight years, Dr. Rajan has been focused on work with sex trafficking survivors in California and India. She is the founder and executive director of Project Satori, a nonprofit organization committed to providing mental health care to survivors of sex trafficking and their families, and promoting education and advocacy around the sex trafficking pandemic, both domestically and abroad.
Dr. Rajan is an internationally published author, and is currently working on a book recounting the stories of trafficking survivors with whom she has worked in Kolkata, India. She is currently active in further developing Project Satori, and doing psychotherapy and psychological assessment testing work in private practice in Beverly Hills, Ca.
CASE MANAGER / WRAP AROUND SERVICES
Our Lead Case Manager has affected positive change in the lives of disadvantaged youth and young adults in many different low income communities in the City of Los Angeles for the past 20 years.
His extensive work with nonprofits and small businesses has allowed him to implement and design programs through the wraparound service model that have had a long lasting effect in those communities.
Creating and coordinate intervention and prevention programs for at-risk-youth and young adults.
Ms. Calvillo is the Prevention Program Director at Inner City Visions. She is committed to saving and serving victims of exploitation, as well as, running prevention programming to empower those who are vulnerable to the destructive lifestyle.
As Program Director, she has been able to build relationships with girls and impact their attitudes, lifestyles, and self-esteem. At Inner City Visions, Maria is responsible for creating and implementing: life skills programming, team building exercises, building awareness, advocacy & mentoring, case managing, among others duties. Through experiences and empowering sessions, she strives to create a positive outlook, bring hope and unwavering support in the lives of these girls. Furthermore, to help young girls pursue goals and dreams for a more productive life and thus bring strength to the community.