Our Team

Cory Hollamon

Born in San Bernardino CA Attended San Diego high school and finished his last two years at Aquinas high school. He was a four-year varsity Letterman In basketball, football, and baseball. Some accomplishments include LeagueMVP, 1st team all-conference, All CIF, San Bernardino County All-star, City of SB scoring champion.
After high school Cory received an athletic scholarship to Briar Cliff University where he played men’s basketball and competed in track and field. Hollamon was a 2-sport college athlete where he earned All American, 3x All conference, 3x National Championship qualifier, Conference Champion runner up, and Awarded the Champion of Character Award 2x.
After Earning his Bachelor’s of Arts Cory went on to Earn his MBA. Upon finishing his degrees Cory Embarked on an overseas professional career playing for teams in Mexico, Italy, Germany, Finland, Netherlands, and central America.

Jasmine Wilson

Jasmine Wilson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) at a not-for-profit community health clinic, where she provides psychotherapy for children, youth, and adults with mental health challenges.   

She graduated from the University of Southern California (USC) with a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree in 2018 after completing her undergraduate degree in Sociology at California State University Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) in 2015.  Her passions include helping others, cooking, and spending time with family, and her long-term career goal is to work with youth impacted by the juvenile justice system.  

Jasmine’s passion for helping others comes from her deep devotion to helping transform the lives of individuals, who like herself, come from economically disadvantaged neighborhoods and face many barriers to success.

Fredrick Addison

UCR 2013 BS Biology

CAL State Long Beach BS 2016 Civil Engineering

As a native to San Bernardino, Fred attended Aquinas High School and kept his roots planted in his home region. Later he attended UCR and then CSULB to build a background in biology and then civil engineering before becoming an administrative director of 2020 Vision Youth. He now spends his days being a positive role models for students in the program