Black History Month: IE Changemakers Series

In this week of Black History Month, the Redlands Area Democratic Club will be highlighting local change makers of the Inland Empire who lead by example!


Darrell Frye

We have proudly chosen Darrell Frye as an Inland Empire Changemaker Honoree.
  Darrell Eugene Frye Jr. was born on April 6, 1992 in Buena Park, CA to Teresa Davida Barton and Darrell Eugene Frye Sr and was raised alongside his two sisters, Treniece and Patrice, and his younger brother, Divante. After completing his studies at Moreno Valley High School in 2010, Darrell attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia where he graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. Returning to California’s Inland Empire after graduation, Darrell Frye settled in San Bernardino and became extremely concerned about individuals experiencing 
homelessness in the region. Darrell launched Warm Up San Bernardino effort to provide warm apparel and essential items to these individuals without adequate shelter. In 2017, Darrell joined the staff of Assembly Member Eloise Gomez Reyes as a District Representative within the 47th Assembly District. For over 3 years, he represented the City of San Bernardino and covered the issue areas of housing and homelessness, seniors, and faith-based organizations. In November 2019, Darrell Frye joined Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County (CAPSBC) as Program Manager of the Family Development division where his program provided housing assistance and supportive services to low-income families in need. Currently, Darrell Frye serves as the Director of Corporate Wellness Services within GROUNDED Self Care Studio with the goal of leveraging his experience in community advocacy and programming to provide wholistic wellness services to organizations in the Inland Empire. Darrell is a husband to his beautiful wife, Destiny and Father to their daughter, Aria. Darrell attributes his current success and future success to his relationship with God. Darrell's Call to Action for Black History Month and Beyond is to Love More. Thank you, Darrell for all that you have done and are continuing to do for our community!