Caleb Matthews joined GreenLight Fund in April 2023 as the Program Manager on the San Francisco Bay Area Team. He has built his career on creating equitable opportunities for disadvantaged communities across the Bay Area, including juvenile youth, the formerly incarcerated, and disenfranchised black and brown communities.
Most recently, Caleb has worked as an Assistant and Project Specialist for Supervisor Nate Miley, introducing legislation to the County of Alameda to create a commission focused on studying systemic disparities for disenfranchised African Americans and creating solutions to build a more equitable county. In this role, he led interdepartmental working groups within the county and formed public engagement strategies to generate collaboration between public officials and residents.
He has also served as the Operations and Program Manager at the non-profit organization GWC Community Development, where he successfully aided formerly incarcerated adult men secure permanent housing and managed the County Juvenile Hall spiritual care program focused on mentoring juvenile youth.
He received his Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies, with areas in Engineering, Political Science, and Sociology, from San Diego State University. Matthews also has a certificate in Project Management Skills for Leaders.
Dedicated to working towards a world where transformative justice, economic empowerment, and community care are at the forefront of creating inclusive and liberating change.
Coordinator, GreenLight Bay Area
Senior Executive Director, GreenLight Bay Area