Mr. Roger Bingham

Mr. Bingham has extensive knowledge of Veterans services and resources. As an employee of Community Connect 211Riverside County, he served as the Veterans representative for this agency and connected many of the county’s Vet’s with the services and resources they so desperately needed.

Mr. Bingham enlisted in the US Army in 1990 at Fort Dix, New Jersey and received numerous military honors, recognition, and awards. Mr. Bingham is a native of Riverside California and resides in the city of Moreno Valley with his family.

Mr Brown

Wayne Brown is a native of California and was born and raised in Los Angeles. Mr.Brown’s accomplishments include owning and operating a full-service security alarm and security guard company in the city of Riverside, retiring from US Airforce and The State of California. He currently is the founder and CEO of Gospel Corner Network Inc, and SoCal Family Support Service a 501(c)(3) nonprofit origination.

Mrs. Adrienne DeVine

Adrienne DeVine is a nonprofit professional with over 25 years of experience working with academic, human services, and workforce development organizations. She has been an independent consultant for 13 years, offering expertise in strategic planning, organization capacity building, program development, project coordination, grant research, and proposal writing. Her leadership skills include a high level of analytical thinking and the ability to communicate effectively with diverse audiences. She is a graduate of California State University Long Beach and has a Master of Fine Arts degree from Claremont Graduate University.

Mrs kelly-Brown


Maylynna Kelly-Brown is the daughter-in-law of the Executive Director of SoCal Family Support Services. Mrs. Maylynna Kelly-Brown has been working as a multi-function representative since 2007 with the State of California Employment Development Department Unemployment Insurance Division. She has completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History at California State University Of Northridge while working as a peer academic advisor for the College of Business and Economics. Additionally, Mrs. Kelly-Brown has graduated from Kaplan University with a degree of Bachelor Of Science in Paralegal Studies Cum Laude. Maylynna Kelly-Brown resides in Moreno Valley, California with her husband and children.

F.I.A.T.M news

Jan 18:

As we work on our Organization Calendar for the 2019 year, we have a couple of events
already scheduled, so please take note and govern your calendars accordingly.
Please be aware of the following events:
1) The RED DRESS FASHION SHOW February 23rd, 9am – 2pm
2) FIATM feed our Veterans April 18th, Time TBD
3) The Village Remix Collaborative with Speak The Dream Foundation March, Date & Time TBD
4) NLAA Blazin Heat Track Club Meet April 6th, Location TBD


Speak The Dream

Jan 20:

Speak The Dream Foundation presents life skills enrichment and increasing self-awareness mentorship experience called “The Village Remix”

The Village Remix ™ (The VR!) – Defining the Concept & Philosophy
As it takes a Village, or community, to raise a child, the ways in which the
Village /community serves and guides its children must constantly adapt and
evolve to meet the changing needs of its promising young spirits. Therefore,
the process by which the Village continues to substantively modify and
enhance the approach, delivery, and the tools by which children, teens, and
young adults are guided is the Remix.

* The Village Remix is an original creation of, and presented by, Speak The Dream Foundation.
Benefiting the Moreno Valley community and supporting the mentorship mission of the F.I.A.T.M.
Group, Inc.

Pivot Sacramento

Pivot Sacramento is located in northern California and services the communities in the Sacramento area.

Pivot Sacramento helps people with a history of being hard to serve. Success stories include former high school dropouts, single parents and individuals who are homeless, recently incarcerated or aging out of foster care.
Pivot primarily serves people that live in low-income neighborhoods of Sacramento where the jobless and high school dropout rates exceed the average in other parts of the city. Many residents in these areas are chronically unemployed or under-employed, struggling to get and keep good jobs and cannot afford food, shelter, transportation and other basic needs.

With a comprehensive and personalized suite of services, Pivot Sacramento provides the support needed to level the playing field for individuals competing for jobs against people without extensive barriers. Pivot ensures participants are employed and that they meet the national self-sufficiency standard. Pivot helps its clients with everything from earning GEDs to changing careers to starting their own businesses.


Pivot Sacramento is located at
4625 44th Street, Room 3 Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 496-7764