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Gregory Walker

Gregory Walker, B.S. (Oakwood University - Management Information Systems), chief executive officer, is an energetic education advocate and nonprofit leader specializing in management, governance, education policy, and corporate communications. His history of building vibrant, mission-focused teams, fostering organizational brand strength and advancing long-range growth plans has made him a proven dynamic leader. Gregory provides passionate leadership and direction for the organizational planning, performance, and tracking of GHCC while working to ensure that strategic direction, effective governance, and digital content strategy development are enhanced. Prior to co-founding GHCC, he served 25 years as an Information Technology Physician Healthcare Trainer.


Mickey Yates

Mickey Yates, MBA (University of La Verne – Leadership and International Business Management) Chief Financial Officer/Program Director, is a management professional specializing in strategic operations development and marketing. Prior to co-founding GHCC, she worked as an Entrepreneur Retail Store Owner and College Professor in Business Management, specializing in brand design, where she led to the creation of Phoenix Rizing Fashion Boutique. Mickey is a high-energy leader, experienced fundraiser, collaborator and strategic planner. She has an important mix of strong corporate and nonprofit experience, a passion for education and a belief that effective access to technology can catalyze community change.



The GHCC was founded in 2014 with a mission in Education and Charitable programming. Recently, they have partnered with technology pioneers through Digital Training and Broadband Adoptions, such as Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino, San Bernardino County School System, California Emerging Technology Fund, U. S. House of Representatives, CA District Assembly 33 and 47, City of Adelanto, Valley College – San Bernardino, Cal State University – San Bernardino, and Inland Empire Regional Broadband Consortium.

As the Broadband for All initiative has grown and evolved, so has GHCC’s range of impact. More ISPs are joining to synergize the momentum of CA SB 156 which has invest $6 billion for the residents of California to be able to “Get Connected” and help to Close the Digital Divide.

GHCC conducts free Community Technology/Resource Fairs in San Bernardino and Riverside counties. We connect with the with clients at school Parent Associations, Colleges, Community Events, Resource Fairs, Festivals, Food Distributions, Workshops, and through Street Teams. These are all opportunities to connect with the individuals that need the vital services that we promote. The GHCC Technology Fair is the premier forum to encourage communities to learn Digital Literacy and sign them up for broadband adoptions. GHCC’s event attracts public officials and education leaders from around California. Attendees enjoy access to key local, county and state representatives, bringing recognition to your city from those agencies. GHCC has managed Technology Fairs for HACSB, CETF, SBVCC and the City of Adelanto, and has received proclamations from:



  • CA Congressman Pete Aguilar - District 31
  • CA Congressman Paul Cook – District 8
  • CA Congresswoman Norma Torres – District 35
  • CA State Senator Connie M Leyva - District 20
  • CA State Senator Mike Morrell – District 23
  • CA Assembly Member Eloise Gomez Reyes - District 47
  • CA Assembly Member Jay Obernolte - District 33
  • Mayor John Valdivia – San Bernardino
  • Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino (Partner managing all HACSB Computer Labs)


  • CalTrans
  • California Public Utilities Commission (Grantees of the Affordable Broadband Grant)
  • The Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino (Digital Literacy Training of all Computer Labs)
  • California Emerging Technology Fund (Digital Training, Community Resource Fair Affordable Broadband Adoptions)
  • Human-I-T (Offering Affordable Refurbished Laptops/PCs, Low-Cost WiFi Hotspots)
  • California Department of Rehabilitation (Selling Laptop Systems for client fulfillment)
  • Inland Empire Growing Inland Achievement (Grant for Digital Literacy and Low-cost Computers and Internet)
  • Inland Empire Community Foundation (CENSUS 2020 Pledge Cards)
  • California Get Connected Program (Digital Training, Affordable Broadband Adoptions)
  • San Bernardino Valley College Dreamers (Digital Training, Community Resource Fair, Affordable Broadband Adoptions)
  • Hope Through Housing Foundation (Affordable Broadband Adoptions)
  • Family Leadership Institute (Certified National Speaker Pool)
  • Family Engagement Centers (GHCC iGNITE Program)
  • CalWORKs of San Bernardino County (Affordable Broadband Adoptions)
  • Inland Empire Economic Partnership (Affordable Broadband Adoptions)
  • Frontier LifeLine Program (Affordable Broadband Adoptions)
  • Spectrum Internet Assist (Affordable Broadband Adoptions)
  • AT&T Access (Affordable Broadband Adoptions)
  • City of Adelanto (Digital Training, Community Resource Fair, Affordable Broadband Adoptions)
  • City of Colton (Affordable Broadband Adoptions, Community Resource Fair)
  • Entrepreneur High School
  • Real Journey Academy (Digital Training, Community Resource Fair, Affordable Broadband Adoptions)
  • California School District Counties - Digital Literacy (San Bernardino, Riverside, Sacramento, Santa Clara, Inyo, Del Norte, Los Angeles, Fresno, Humboldt, Madera, Santa Barbara, Mendocino, San Diego, Alpine)
  • Tribal School Districts – Digital Literacy (America Indian Child Resource Center, Big Pine IEC, Del Norte Indian Education-No CA Indian Development Council, Fernandeno Tataviam Band of Mission Indians, Fresno, American Indian Health Project, Hoopa Tribe, Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians, Round Valley Indian Tribes, Roundhouse Council, Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, Sherwood Valley Band of Pomo Indians, Southern Ca Tribal Chairman's Association, Southern California American Indian Resource Center, Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation, Trinidad Nation, Woodfords Indian Education Center, Yurok Tribe)
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