We provide access, opportunities and resources for those: pre-career, entry-level, early-life entrepreneurs, & career transitioning entrepreneurs, to become their most successful self. Our purpose is to foster an environment of success for our family, our employees, the African-American community, and other communities of limited opportunity.
Apart from their business ventures, each of the Webb family members sits on multiple non-profit boards that promote education, health services, and entrepreneurial efforts.
MEET THE WEBBS
Reggie has served on many Boards of Directors over his career including the Los Angeles Urban League, Pomona Valley Hospital, and the Los Angeles County Fair Association.
In 1988, René joined Soroptomist International, a global volunteer organization working to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment. By 1992, René was the Salvation Army Chairwoman of the board and the President of Soroptimist, Pomona chapter. She was also accepted on the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Chapter of the MS Society. In 1993 Rene joined the Alpha Kappa Alpha
Karim is a board member of the California Community Foundation (CCF), a resource committed to fulfilling the promise of Los Angeles County. CCF members are steadfast advocates for those who struggle and trusted stewards of charitable passions. Karim is the corporate advisor of Brotherhood Crusade, a nonprofit organization working to provide necessary resources, supportive services, and a voice of advocacy to traditionally underserved communities. Karim is the chairmen of the board of directors for LA Southwest college foundation and vice chairmen of the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber Of Commerce.
Kiana is Chairperson for the Fairplex Child Development Center which focuses on providing and improving literacy programs and higher education for children. Member of Soroptimist International which improves lives of women and children in the community. Other passions include working with Crossroads Inc., an organization that creates employment opportunities for formerly incarcerated women wanting to get back on their feet.
Kyle is a board member of multiple non-profit, community organizations such as, Bright Prospect (a college access organization based in Pomona that sees young people to and through college, where he serves as the CFO/Treasurer), the San Bernardino Community College District’s Economic Development and Corporate Training Foundation – where he also serves as the Fundraising committee chairman, the Advisory Councils of the Inland Empire Ronald McDonald House, and the University of La Verne’s College of Business and Public Management.