Our Mission For The Future
Beyond the Skies Unlimited is a nonprofit organization which strives to positively influence and improve inner city communities, beginning with our youth. Our goal is to provide each child a safe environment, and necessary resources, to feel a sense of self-worth, purpose, and commitment to his or her community. With God and love as our inspiration, Beyond the Skies Unlimited will provide mentoring, school supplies, and other basic necessities, to enrich and engage our inner city youth in a lifelong hope filled journey. Our hope is to inspire boys and girls, into men and women who dream.
Chairwoman / CEO
Kimberli, born and raised in Long Beach California, is a 36 year old entrepreneur who cares for children for a living as well as work for HCP, Inc. as an Receptionist/Administrative Assistant. She has her Associates Degree in Art and is currently awaiting acceptance into CSULB for their nursing program. Her love for God has given her the strength and desire to serve and love children throughout the Los Angeles area. She has volunteered for after school programs for over 10 yrs. Through Hope Worldwide and Duke of Chest she's been able to tutor, serve and love children. She's also volunteered as a mentor for the teen ministry in her local church for over 10 yrs, helping them through life challenges and giving them hope for their future. She has donated, through World Concern, and is still donating money to other countries to enhance children's education and living environments. Her goal is to instill HOPE and change in as many children as possible!
Michael was born and raised in Southern California. Upon graduation from high school, he immediately began working for a school district, where he devoted 17 years of life. During Michael's tenure in the school district he became closely acquainted with student background and needs, as many of the children came from poor families. In addition, he also served as a negotiator for his school district lobbying for employee union rights. Presently, Michael is involved in humanitarian projects and development efforts overseas, where he has the opportunity to share the love of God as far as the west coast of Africa.
Carlena is currently working as a juvenile counselor for the State of California, has devoted 15 years of her life to the empowerment of the family unit and specializes in helping at risk youth. As a Christian with God being her first priority, Carlena is committed to serving and has her Bachelors of Science degree in Human Services. She has most recently volunteered at the Boy’s and Girl’s Club as a mentor to the youth. While mentoring, Carlena held workshops for the youth which encouraged overall emotional and physical wellbeing as well as motivational workshops inspiring the youth to go to college. In addition, Carlena has previously interned as a counselor for El Nino Family foundation helping economically disadvantaged families get back on their feet. She has also volunteered at habitat for humanity, a foundation that helps families into homes they normally cannot afford and engaged in community service for the Lowe’s Heroes community project. Her ability to serve numerously has also become a favorite pass time in her free time, as well as outdoor activities and spending quality time with family and friends.
Beejal has spent the majority of her life in southern California and currently resides in Orange County with her husband and three children. For over 25 years, Beejal has dedicated a portion of her time to helping children learn and realize their potential, whether through volunteering for youth programs or through the Sylvan Learning Centers that she and her husband have operated since 2011. She earned her undergraduate degree from UCLA, where she spent three years mentoring children in the Los Angeles area. Since then, she has always found ways to connect with young aspiring children and teens, and feels that helping them find confidence and teaching them to believe in themselves, is one of the most important values that she can help children learn. She hopes to be able to positively influence the lives and futures of many more children through this organization.
Brandon, a Southern California native and recent Texas transplant, is dedicated to making society a better place. Similar to his BTSU peers, he is determined to improve the lives of children in our local communities by providing them with opportunities that they may not have otherwise. Graduating from California State University, Long Beach in 2002, he has been involved with the local community for over 15 years through numerous organizations, volunteering events, and corporate sponsorships. Most recently Brandon has volunteered his time with the Fort Worth Boys & Girls Club, CASA of Tarrant County, and Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC). Understanding that children in our local communities are not always afforded the same opportunities and role models, Brandon hopes to have a second career as an elementary school teacher once retired from his corporate career to focus his time and efforts on this social concern.