Congressman Joe Baca (D-43) announces the addition of Reverend Reginald Beamon to his District Office staff.
Reverend Reginald Beamon
Reverend Beamon is known for his grassroots efforts to reduce violence in the neighborhoods of San Bernardino. He is also a businessman and a church leader. He is the President and CEO of Sentinel Surveillance Systems, Inc. He is also the Founding President of the San Bernardino Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), and Co-Founder of both Minisha Circle and the Pastors on Premises Program. He previously served as the Chairman of the San Bernardino County Equal Opportunities Commission, and serves as the Board Chairman of Young Visionaries Youth Leadership Academy and the 2nd Vice Chairman of the Inland Empire Coalition of Concerned African American Churches for 4 years. He is a member of several other community organizations in San Bernardino.
"Reverend Beamon has been working at the grassroots level to address the many issues affecting San Bernardino and the 43rd Congressional District," commented Congressman Baca. "His local leadership experience is a great addition to my office. We are committed to improving the quality of life in the region."
Reverend Beamon was born in Compton, California in 1959. He came to San Bernardino in 1998, and married longtime resident Toi Beamon. He has five children. He has received numerous awards for his years of work with the community, including the Don Williams Memorial Award in 2004 and the Margaret B. Hill Award for Community Service in 2007.