Rick will give an overview of his career path in the nonprofit sector and talk about how the pandemic has affected the food pantry and mental health counseling center that he operates.
Interfaith Social Services, Quincy, MA
Rick received his Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts, and he received a Bachelor’s Degree in History from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Rick has worked and volunteered in a number of capacities at nonprofit organizations throughout Massachusetts and around the world. He has served as executive director of Interfaith Social Servi…
Rick received his Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts, and he received a Bachelor’s Degree in History from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Rick has worked and volunteered in a number of capacities at nonprofit organizations throughout Massachusetts and around the world. He has served as executive director of Interfaith Social Services since 2009. Previously he was allocations and operations manager at Project Bread - The Walk for Hunger, where he helped oversee the annual allocation of over two million dollars in funding to anti-hunger organizations throughout Massachusetts. Service to others has always been a guiding principle in Rick’s life. From 1999 to 2001 he served as a missionary in Sao Paulo, Brazil for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He currently volunteers in a variety of capacities within his local congregation. Rick also serves on a number of nonprofit boards including: The Quincy Chamber of Commerce; Health Imperatives’ Blue Hills Parenting and Healthy Families; Suffolk, Norfolk and Middlesex Counties’ Emergency Food and Shelter Program; and BID Milton Hospital Community Benefits Advisory Board. Rick is a past board member of The South Shore Charter Public School. In 2011 Rick was named one of 40 under 40 emerging leaders by the organization South Shore Stars. Rick and his wife live in Randolph, MA with their three sons.
Founder, Chief Business Designer
Jared Bulloch discovered his entrepreneurial passion in school and co-founded an architecture firm, Renovation Design Group, right after graduating from business school. After spending 12 years as co-founder and president, he worked as an independent management consultant for two Fortune 100 companies where he managed a $15M software product for which he was a named inventor. Jared founded Quanteon Group in 2019 to change lives. His purpose is to guide business owners in realizing their potential with their businesses.
He learned the power of trust in marketing when, as a business owner, Jared's service-based business grew very rapidly. For over a decade he realized that trust was the reason they doubled revenues from 2003-2008. By authentically creating a better life for customers they delivered on their promise to help clients with their core human struggles and aspirations. He saw the fruits of following up to make sure the firm had delivered on marketing promises, and how trust powered their referral marketing technology.
Later, as a consultant to Fortune 100 companies, Jared saw first-hand the productivity and power of trust in high-performance teams. He became even more passionate about culture when he was hired into a very toxic team in Boston, and was laid off shortly after moving his family from Texas.
Over the course of 20 years, Jared has optimized human productivity by making scores of salable business systems using automation technology.
Board Member, BYU MS Boston Chapter
President, BYU MS Boston Chapter
CCS Growth Partners
Board Member/Treasurer, BYU MS Boston Chapter
Board Member, BYU MS Boston Chapter