Rolland E. Slade – Chairman
Pastor Rolland accepted his call into the ministry in 1987 at the Bay view Baptist Church, San Diego. Pastor Rolland has been the Senior Pastor of the Meridian Baptist Church in El Cajon since January 2004.
John Gibson – Vice Chairman
John graduated from San Diego State University with a Business Administration degree in Real Estate. John has recently moved to Texas but remains a integral part of ECTLC’s Board.
Robert Whitelaw – Secretary/Treasure
Robert Whitelaw is the president of the Graves Avenue branch of California Bank & Trust in El Cajon.
Nikki Caraveo – Chief Financial Officer
Nicky is CFO for CGP Construction. She is an integral part of the success of the company.
Harold Brown – C.E.O.
Harold was ordained as a Pastor in 2003 and he is currently the Senior Pastor at The Christian Fellowship of El Cajon. Harold has been the C.E.O. of the East County Transitional Living Center since it´s inception in 2009
Greg is the owner of Northwest Development a successful property development company based in El Cajon, and is a founding board member of the East County Posse nonprofit organization.
Dr. Barbara Preston
Dr. Barbara Preston received her BS & MS degrees in microbiology, and a PhD in pharmacology. She founded and currently runs a recruiting firm, PharmaScouts. She is active in the South Bay communities with her husband Sean, and has been a faithful supporter of ECTLC over the years.
Dr. Charles Long
Dr. Charles Long is a PsyD and a licensed LMFT. He and his interns do pro bono counseling for the clients at ECTLC.
Jim Robinson is the founder and owner of CGP Construction in Santee California. CGP has learned the best way to make a difference in the world is to help people grow. Jim’s and CGP’s goal is to unlock peoples potentials and elevate their quality of life… one project at a time.
Tim Corcoran is a 25 year veteran of the restaurant industry. Tim currently leads the Corporate Projects Department at Jack in the Box which executes and oversees the Planned Capital budget/projects (i.e. life cycle replacement of assets) for company-owned locations.Tim became involved with ECTLC in 2014 when he volunteered as project manager for a project through his trade association called The Restaurant Facility Management Association (RFMA). RFMA sponsored ECTLC with their RFMA Gives event which was led by Tim Corcoran. Tim is a native of San Diego. He is married to his wife Priscilla and has two beautiful children Gavin (9) and Isabella (4). The Corcorans are members of the Rock Church.