John Belluomini - Vice President of Strategy and Development
John Belluomini has joined EME as Vice President of Strategy and Development. A Global Business and Social Impact leader that has generated $1.5 Billion in revenue, investments and impact for organizations on three continents, John has a deep belief that a world based on equality will allow for the growth of people, revenue and profits.
Raised in San Francisco in 1968, John experienced first-hand the movement of social justice and personal economic inequality. As an adult, he became a successful global senior business development executive at Merrill Lynch, Oracle Corporation, and several highly successful Silicon Valley based startups. Most recently, John led business development efforts for KPMG’s intelligent automation practice.
During his career, John, found himself with a desire to connect back to his roots and started The Center for the Greater Good to focus on raising funds to create more equitable lives for people and their housing conditions across the United States and globally. He also became a leader in the fourth sector social impact movement, an effort that brings together the work of the private, social and non-profit sectors. In recognition for his successful cross-sector approach, he was hired by the United States Treasury to develop a new business model for their San Francisco Innovation Zone.
John is a sought-after speaker and thought leader with engagements at: The Clinton Global Initiative; Milken Institute; Aspen Institute; Georgetown University’s MBA and International Programs; Entrepreneur Organization’s Global Network; and the Southeastern Family Office Forum.
He was invited by the White House Office of Social Innovation, the United States Secretary of States’ Office and the San Francisco Federal Reserve to participate in task forces focusing on the creation of new sustainable business and financial models. You will find examples of his work featured online in Forbes Magazine, and the public broadcast series Rainmakers for his globally recognized collaborative business models and funding efforts.