Our Vision 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.

Kimberli Kimbrough

Chairwoman / CEO

Kimberli Kimbrough

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!


Doyin “Doc” Adewole

Throughout his life, Doc has sought ways to invest his deep love for children into his areas of employment and recreation. After completing his degree in Education, Doyin served for many years at the High School level. Doyin currently serves full time as a Corporate trainer and Social Media Community Moderator for Hulu LLC.
Along with a world class team of Social Media Community Moderators, Doc considers it an honor to speak on behalf of the Hulu brand, including internal and external communications. His team eagerly assists users through Twitter, Facebook and various other social media platforms.
Doc is passionate about relaying expert knowledge of the Hulu brand and service to users in an easy-to-digest way.
Doc also is a strategic, multidisciplinary designer and art director with an eye for inspiration and connection. His art doubles as a medium to provide benevolence to impoverished communities world-wide with proceeds from the apparel sales. Along with publishing two books, Doyin plans on continuing his path towards reaching as many children as possible through Beyond The Skies Unlimited, while instilling in children, courage, hope, and inspiration for the future.

Vice President

Michael Carson

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.

Board Member

Carlena Kimbrough

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.

Brandon Pope

Brandon is living a life dedicated to serving the youth. Inspired since his teen years, he has diligently worked at several after school programs for the progression of the youth in his community. He currently is mentoring young men in the city he loves, Los Angeles. While invested in building long lasting core relationships, Brandon also understands the importance of instilling moral values such as: personal responsibility, commitment to your word, and especially establishing the pillars of faith in the hearts of young men. When Brandon was only 14, he started his own business serving the elderly, consistently taking them to and from doctors appointments, providing companionship, and also providing dog walking services in the area he grew up in.

Brandon has been working in retail/management for two years and has recently decided to follow his passion by going back to school at West Los Angeles college, to become a child development educator. His focus will be in special education. The legacy that Brandon is building will be to illustrate to young boys and men, what it means to be a father and a man of God.

Board Member

Brandon Fox

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.

Board Member