Baruch brings eight years of experience with violence prevention and youth-led programming. An artist at heart, he has integrated art making as a core value at T4B. Baruch also participated for T4B with the Anti-Racism Youth Leadership Institute (AYLI) and Three Sisters Kitchen Cooking Across Generations and Food Business Training Program. He also serves on the New Mexico Land Water Conservation Fund Advisory Committee.
Mahdi graduated from Highland HS and is attending UNM studying biology and business. Originally from Afghanistan, he migrated to the US from Turkey. Mahdi has played a critical role with reaching refugee young men and families. He has interned with the City of Albuquerque and is a champion martial artist his nickname at T4B is "Ninja."
Co-Founder & Executive Director
Christopher brings an extensive amount of anti-racism, community organizing, consulting, facilitation, fundraising and strategic planning. Building power with YMOC and making space at decision making tables are core values he lifts up at T4B. He serves on the Governor's Advisory Council on Racial Justice Public Safety & Law Enforcement Subcommittee.