Ray has over 20 years of experience in the business and non-profit sector. Providing nonprofit leadership for eleven years in Hawaii before re-locating to Utah, he served as the Executive Director of Ohana Makamae Inc. in Maui, and as Board President of Ma Ka Hana Ka `Ike, a nationally recognized, building and trades program for "at risk" youth. Prior to his work with non-profits, he worked in the telecommunications and entertainment industries. Awards: 2009 State of Hawaii – Governor's Innovation Award for Nonprofits, 2008 Maui- Executive Director of the Year, 2005 Outstanding Community Service Award, 2004 State of Hawaii - Collaborative Nonprofit Leader of the Year.
Assistant Director, Center for Social Value Creation
Guillermo Olivos joined the Smith School in March of 2011 and brings over five years of experience in social enterprise, not-for-profit consulting, entrepreneurship, and innovation. Guillermo liaises with partners, focuses on student programs, and oversees the ChangeTheWorld.org Consulting Programs. Guillermo co-founded Evacuteer.org, a non-profit emergency preparedness and evacuation volunteerism organization in the City of New Orleans. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Evacuteer, advising on their development and program strategy. Guillermo has been on many, many adventures.
Robert H. Smith School of Business - University of Maryland
Jacqueline is pursuing an MBA at the Robert H. Smith School of Business. Prior to beginning the Smith MBA program, Jacqueline worked in international development in the food and bioenergy sectors. She hopes to pursue a career in social finance and entrepreneurship. Jacqueline works at the CSVC as the Social Venture Consulting Program Coordinator and in her spare time she likes to climb mountains and speak Italian.