Clovis Honoré

Born and raised in South Central Los Angeles, Clovis Honoré grew up amidst the social turbulence of the 1960s and the cultural renaissance of the 1970s on the west side of South Central Los Angeles. He graduated from Los Angeles High School and entered San Diego State University in 1978. Once at SDSU, he became involved in the social, cultural and political life of San Diego’s African American community. He pledged Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., and was twice President of the Black Student Council. Honoré graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in Political Science and African American Studies.

After more than 20 years of education, work and family life in San Diego, Honoré sought to rekindle the many dynamic relationships he had developed in his college years. In 2003 he joined the United African American Ministerial Action Council staff as a community organizer. Through his community work Clovis has been the Interim Executive Director of UAAMAC, Executive Director of San Diego Area Congregations for Change, Board Member of the Alliance for African Assistance, 1st Vice-president of the San Diego Branch of the NAACP, President of San Diego Black Health Associates, is associate minister and Chair of the Social Justice Board at Christian Fellowship Congregational Church in Emerald Hills, is the Host of the Omnilogue ONE LOVE Radio Show on every Sunday at 3:00 p.m., and has served as a member and supporter of many other community groups in San Diego.

Clovis currently works as an Outreach Coordinator for GRID Alternatives, a non-profit that installs free solar systems on low to moderate income homes.