Our Leadership

Chair: Duane Rohrbacher

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Duane enjoys long walks on the beach and watching the sunset, which is why he came to Orange County. In a powerhouse of two dogs and a non-profit partner, Duane leads Alumni Relations for Southern California University of Health Sciences and somehow manages his one-person consulting firm, where he serves non-profits. An expert generalist, Duane builds programs, cultivates relationships, develops curriculum, and does all sorts of fancy marketing things to round out his experiences. As a forever learner, Duane is constantly looking for new, innovative, and fun ways to help non-profits in Orange County. 


Membership: Christine Silvestre

ChristineGraduating from the Class of 2007, Christine received her Bachelor of Science degree in Child and Adolescent Development from California State University Fullerton. As a Cal State Fullerton student, she worked with her fellow Americorps members to help preschool students and their families as a Jumpstart Corps Member with Placentia Head Start. For over 10 years, she has been dedicated to serving her community by working in a variety of non-profit organizations such as the La Quinta Library, Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert, Help Me Grow Orange County, Tustin Unified School District, and the YMCA.

Christine has a new last name; she recently moved back to OC and married her best friend and college sweetheart this past year! She is looking forward to working with the YNPN Committee and supporting fellow non-profit professionals who have a heart for their community. 


Membership: Jared Bigman

GSSN2017InstructorPhotoJaredBigmanResized.pngJared is a high energy, results-driven leader, dedicated to creating and sustaining strong, long-term relationships toward exceptional income development across multiple industries. Optimizes a diverse background in Communications, Marketing, and Sales, forming strategic partnerships and solving complex problems to fuel revenue growth.


Membership: Tara Massimino

Since 2005 Tara has served in various research support positions for clinical and biomedical research. From 2005-2007, she served as a Research Associate for the Pediatric Practice Research Group (PPRG)at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago where she was responsible for planning, executing, and managing PPRG grant-funded research projects.


Marketing: Bryan Myung

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Bryan entered the nonprofit sector through the AmeriCorps CalPREP program with Inland Empire United Way at the Boys & Girls Club of Pomona Valley. This provided the opportunity to experience firsthand the impact that nonprofit organizations can make in the community as he developed and supervised a college readiness mentoring program for teens. He then worked as job coach providing on site job training to adults with developmental disabilities before joining OneOC. Prior to the nonprofit sector, Bryan spent three years as youth pastor working with high school and college students and is still involved in advising student leadership groups.


Marketing: BreeAnn Wilkinson

0.jpegBreeAnn evaluates family's need, develop treatment plan for family, monitor progress, provide assistance and referrals, set-up and follow-up with weekly goals for the Illumination Foundation. She counsels clients with confronting issues adversely affecting their lives, such as mental illness, addiction and abuse and ensures children are attending school regularly and family members have appropriate medical insurance.

 


Marketing: Cynthia Rodriguez

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