Kendra Flores-Carter, DSW
Dr. Kendra Flores-Carter is an Assistant Professor of Social Work at California Baptist University. She is Co-Chair of the Inland Empire Maternal Mental Health Collaborative and is a member of the Arrowhead Regional Medical Center Institutional Review Board (IRB). Her primary areas of teaching include Capstone, Social Research, Counseling Psychology, Diversity in Counseling, and Marriage and the Family. Her research interests include improvement of mental health interventions for women and children of color, including those experiencing maternal mental health concerns, domestic violence, child abuse, and health care systems disparities. Dr. Flores-Carter is the CEO of Caribbean Moms Network, a consulting organization she founded with a primary mission to promote and provide consultation, education, and training events related to health and mental health wellness to Caribbean communities globally. Dr. Flores-Carter is also the founder of the Janet Don’t Cry Foundation, a non-profit aimed at providing scholarships, resources, and supportive services to disenfranchised Caribbean communities. Dr. Flores-Carter has published articles related to maternal mental health and is currently authoring a medical social work practice book through Kendall Hunt publishing.