Juan Carrillo, former senior director at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Orange Coast, is hired by social enterprise visionary RevHubOC to lead operations and programming.
Irvine, CA, January 2022 | Announcing the hire of a nonprofit leader tasked with heading operations and programming, RevHubOC is pushing forward on its mission to continue shaping the social enterprise ecosystem in Orange County.
Appointed to overseeing RevHubOC’s operations and programming, including management of cohorts for social ventures, Juan Carrillo most recently served as the senior director of College and Career Development with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Orange Coast. A small business-owner and entrepreneur, Carrillo offers years of experience in non-profit work, organizational expansion, and social responsibility. His dedication and expertise complement RevHubOC’s goals of penetrating Orange County first with its revolutionary approach to social enterprise, before venturing into the rest of the state, the nation, and eventually the world at large.
“OC is an emerging sector and economic driver, spawning new jobs where potential millions are being employed to benefit society, the environment, and other valuable causes,” says RevHubOC’s President and CEO Stephan Erkelens. “Local foundations, churches, corporations, universities, and the OC public sector all encourage innovation here.”
A long-time innovator of the coffee industry, Erkelens co-founded RevHubOC with the support of other seasoned professionals who have a proven track record in charitable giving, business, finance, and social enterprise. Compelled by a unified vision, the group strives to create a better mechanism to fund and sustain social enterprises both at home and around the world. Fueled by the expertise and know-how of nonprofit leaders like Carrillo, RevHubOC is becoming a collaborative ecosystem of like-minded individuals where both founders and funders are able to accelerate the impact of nascent social enterprises.
About RevHubOC |
RevHubOC is coalescing Orange County’s social enterprise ecosystem for greater innovation and impact. Founded in 2019, RevHubOC is a community of investors, entrepreneurs, mentors, and partners that assists in incubating, mentoring, and funding social enterprises to solve global challenges. This ecosystem is designed to illuminate pathways and eliminate barriers to entrepreneurship for under-represented and under-resourced communities, bringing together comprehensive resources to provide people what they need to explore and develop new business ideas.