Our Board

Brandon Bernstein

Brandon Bernstein

Brandon Bernstein has been a Financial Advisor for over 20 years after being an Investment Banker in Corporate, Public, and Real Estate fixed income. He advises and implements financial strategies for affluent families and individuals, privately held companies, and non-profit organizations. Brandon has been honored with recognition from Forbes as a Best-In-State Advisor for 2020-2022 and as seen in Los Angeles Magazine as a "Five Star Wealth Manager" for 2013-2021.

In addition, Brandon is also Chairman of the Board for The Beacon House Association of San Pedro, a residential drug and alcohol program for adult men. He also enjoys surfing, skiing, and spending time with his family.

Raymond Dennis, MBA, MTH is a retired Vice President at Loyola Marymount University. He currently serves as a Pastor and Faith Leader in South Los Angeles. He is married with five adult children and operates a licensed childcare facility with his spouse in the South Bay.

Ray is a current California Notary and a Board Member with the University Credit Union of Los Angeles. Ray is an avid sports fan and enjoys supporting all the local college and professional sports teams.

Raymond Dennis

Raymond Dennis

Prince Jackson

Michael "Prince" Jackson Jr.

Michael "Prince" Jackson Jr. imparts inspiring levels of passion and diligence on everything from philanthropy to independent film and media production. As founder of King’s Son Productions, Prince catalyzes the creation of music videos, shorts, features, and so much more. At the center of operations, he attracts a community of artists around him to bring unforgettable content to life together.

As co-founder of the charity Heal LA, he aids and abets victims of homelessness, hunger, poverty, and child abuse through boots-on-the-ground activism, food drives, toy drives, and other events in major cities across North America. Prince's community work has been lauded by, Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Los Angeles Times, and many more. Prince was also awarded the 2018 “Youth Advocacy Award” from Motif Awards International Selection Committee & Board of Governors. Prince proudly carries on a legacy of creativity and philanthropy as the eldest son of Michael Jackson.

He enjoys riding his motorcycle, playing with his dogs, and spending time with his family.

John Muto developed his passion for philanthropy at an early age after watching a documentary about the life of Michael Jackson, which focused on Jackson’s charitable contributions and his Heal the World Foundation. John recalls seeing the late icon donating millions of dollars to different charities and explaining the importance of always giving back to others. At a young age, John was inspired by Jackson’s message which made him realize that he wanted a career that gave back to others.

Today, John serves as the President of the Heal Los Angeles Foundation, which he co-founded with Michael Jackson’s first-born, Prince Jackson, in 2019. The two met while pursuing their undergraduate degrees at Loyola Marymount University, where John proudly graduated in 2018. In his spare time, John can be found collecting sports memorabilia, cheering on the Dodgers and Lakers, and shopping at thrift stores.


John Muto


Michael Scott

Michael J. Scott has been a police officer with the Los Angeles Police Department since 1998. He currently holds a Senior Lead Officer position in the Community Safety Partnership Unit of the San Fernando Gardens. In addition, he manages the LAPD Centurions, a competitive and philanthropic baseball team made up of sworn officers who have been hosting youth clinics and interactive events since 2000.

Inspired by his team’s philanthropic efforts, Officer Scott founded the Los Angeles Police Baseball Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing police, youth, and the community together through America’s favorite pastime, in efforts to positively impact youth one child at a time. After having much success with their programs, Officer Scott took things a step further by creating and trademarking a Drugs-Gangs-Crime-Bullying “Just Say No!” school program, which has reached over 30,000 kids throughout Los Angeles and beyond.

In his free time, he enjoys creating memories with his wife, four children, three grandchildren, and extended family, along with attending live sporting and music events, and travel.