Welcome to Our New Board Members!

Mar 18, 2021

United Charitable warmly welcomes two new members to its Board of Directors. Mr. Julian Martinez, Director of Program Development for SER-Jobs, and Mr. Ryan Ramirez, Director of Business Development for the Collage Group, each will serve 3-year terms on the board.

“We are delighted to welcome both Julian and Ryan to United Charitable’s Board of Directors and are thankful for their service.  Their professional experience and skills will be a great addition to our board. Julian and Ryan join a bright and dedicated group of individuals who have continuously promoted the mission and vision of United Charitable and we look forward to furthering that tradition with our new members.”

Bruce McClintock

Board Chairman, United Charitable

Julian Martinez

Julian Martinez

Director of Program Development| SER |Alexandria, VA

Business Development & Community Outreach

Julian Martinez serves as Director of Program Development for SER-Jobs for Progress National Inc.  SER is a workforce development organization primarily serving the Latino community’s needs. He is responsible for funding strategies as well as presenting SER to major corporations, foundations, and the federal government. Martinez also served fifteen years as President and Chief Executive Officer of Dallas-based DyTech Solutions International, Inc.

Ryan Ramirez

Ryan Ramirez

Director of Business Development |Collage Group |Bethesda MD

Digital Advertising & Grassroots Advocacy
Ryan Ramirez has spent his sales, business development, and partnerships career in a number of industries, including digital advertising, eCommerce, global payroll technology, and now serves as the Director of Business Development for the Collage Group in Bethesda, Maryland. He completed his B. A in 2.5 years at the University of California, Berkeley in Interdisciplinary Business Studies. He is now also studying to attain his Graduate Degree as a Master of Interdisciplinary Business Studies at The George Washington University School of Business.
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