meet 

the mob

Meet the Many unique faces that push the MOB Movement & Community Outreach 
Discover MOB IMPACT
  •  JR NDAKA

     MOB CSUEB 2019 GRAD

    BOARD MEMBER

    From Sacramento, CA 

    Cal State East Bay

    Major Industrial Engineering 

    "One thing I struggled with while growing up was being able to have someone to talk to and open up about being a black kid in school and in society. I want to give our black youth the opportunities to set goals and achieve success and to be involved in how we progress and excel as a black community." 

  • CAMERON TURNER

    MOB CSUEB 2018 GRAD

    BOARD MEMBER

     

    From Pittsburg, CA

    Cal State East Bay

    Liberal Studies

    "My Other Brother is a lifestyle we are more than culture. Being intellectual and wanting more for myself and my brother's accountability to be better is a world changer! We want the same for our community!"

     CHRISTIAN MOORE

           MOB CSUEB 2018 GRAD

BOARD CHAIR

 

 

From San Francisco CA 

Cal State East Bay

Major - Industrial Organizational Psychology

"My main goal is to make sure that Black youth are afforded the opportunities that they deserve because at the end of the day we shouldn't have to struggle alone. MOB has played a validating role in my life, to be my authentic self in all spaces and carry the confident attitude from my cultural experience to know that I am not invisible and my image is defined by me" 

JONTHAN AMEY JR

MOB CSUEB 2018 GRAD

BOARD MEMBER

 

 

From East Oakland, CA 

Cal State East Bay

Major- Multimedia 

"MOB is the solution to empowerment & creating a better future for the youth. MOB has created opportunities to better support the community." 

STEVEN LEWIS

SPRITUAL MOB MEMBER

MOB IN PEACE 

From Los Angeles, CA 

Cal State East Bay

Major -Political Science

"MOB works for my development because it places me in spaces and places where I can help those historically and socially under served." 

CAMERON MARTIN

MOB CSUEB 2018 GRAD

BOARD MEMBER

 

From Los Angeles, CA 

San Jose State University

Justice Studies Graduate Program 

"M.O.B is truly our space to be an example of what we think it is to be a black man and to identify with our culture."