Jaime Carrillo


Jaime (He/His/They/Them) is a first generation Chicanx immigrant born and raised in the Kumeyaay territory known as San Diego, California and is an experienced bilingual and bi-cultural grant writer, trainer, facilitator and collaborative planner in the nonprofit health and social service industry. They offer more than 16years of experience in evaluating and coordinating small and large-scale programs and initiatives in the nonprofit and corporate sector. With a track record of $14+ Million raised for 501(c)3 organizations, they have contributed more than $9.5 Million to the San Diego region. Jaime seeks to impact the development of the regional Southern California economy through mentorship, entrepreneurship, and community-led approaches to emerging assets and overcoming challenges. Their goal is to support regional collaboration to fund, support, and promote an inclusive future. Jaime received a B.A. in Political Science and International Studies from the University of California, Irvine, and a Master of Arts in Nonprofit Leadership and Management from the University of San Diego.