U.S.VETS — Inland Empire, based out of March Air Reserve Base in Riverside County, began providing services to Veterans in October of 2003 in a former Barracks building.  Today, U.S.VETS Inland Empire supports over 400 Veterans in both Riverside and San Bernardino Counties with housing, including emergency, transitional and permanent low-income housing, counseling, career development and comprehensive support for Veterans and their families.

Our March Veterans Village currently supports 138 households with permanent, low-income housing, and we anticipate our third building at MVV to be completed by fall of 2020.

3rd Annual Virtual Golf Tournament
October 1, 2020 - October 31, 2020

Our March Veterans Village currently supports 138 households with permanent, low-income housing, and we anticipate our third building at MVV to be completed by fall of 2020. Find out more about this project on March Veterans Village page.

2018 – 2019 Impact

View our U.S.VETS — Inland Empire Fact Sheet for more impact information.


Mailing Address:

15305 6th Street
March Air Reserve Base, CA 92518

Veterans Seeking Employment
Latisha Ali-Ramlogan

Veterans Seeking Family Services
Raushanah Walker

Donations & Corporate Volunteering
Denise Desirello

All Other Inquiries
Calvin Jackson


Executive Director

 Advisory Council

Janice Bielman

Marquis Palmer

Bobbie Neff

Carey Allen

Ron Brown

Stephani Congdon

Vern Goodwalt

Linda Greilich

Altie Holcomb

Rose Marie Lane

Carla Lidner

Matthew Maldonado

Ignacio Romero

Chuck Varela

Cynthia Welshimer

Christina Zepeda

Nicole Starks-Murray, M.B.A.

Nicole Starks-Murray, a proven visionary and strategic leader, has over 33 years executive and senior management experience working for nonprofit, government, profit and public entities. She has an extensive background in Business Management, Finance, Contract/Program Administration and Continuous Quality Improvement processes.

Before joining U.S.VETS – Inland Empire, Starks-Murray was the Program Director for Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino, where they focused on programs geared towards assisting families impacted by the drivers of poverty. She worked with former Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa as Treasurer for the Greater Los Angeles Vendor engagement project, where they helped to ensure small businesses had the opportunities to compete and work with larger metropolitan businesses. Starks-Murray was the Executive Director of Assistance League of So California, leading the efforts of reunifying parents with their children in the court system while providing compressive support services that included mental health services, childcare, case management, housing and referrals. Nicole also launched her own consulting firm which provides services to entrepreneurs, grass root organizations, and individuals looking to start a business.

She graduated in 2001 from California State Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Business Management and then went on to receive her Master of Business Administration in 2006 from University of Phoenix. Both disciplines had focus on non-profit management/administration.

Starks-Murray is passionate about people and has enjoyed working with organizations with missions outlining their commitment to serving people in need and having a social impact that results in tangible outcomes.

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