Victor Reinoso, COO of Independent Sector
Victor Reinoso is COO of Independent Sector, the nation’s leading voice for the social sector, and founder of Hopscotch Ventures, a mission-driven investment, advisory, and management firm focused on technology and real estate.
A private and public sector entrepreneur, Victor has played many roles in K–12 and higher education. He served as Senior Advisor on Innovation to the President of Georgetown.
Victor was an elected school board member and was later appointed Washington, DC’s first deputy mayor for education. As Deputy Mayor, he led the mayor’s takeover of the District of Columbia Public Schools and oversaw the city’s $1-plus-billion education budget and the largest capital investment in public buildings in DC history.
Before public service, Victor was COO of the Federal City Council, CEO of RadioFutura (an early streaming media company), and a consultant to leading brands including AOL, PBS and Verizon.
Victor is a member and moderator of the Aspen Global Leaders Network and the Pahara-Aspen Education Fellowship. He has served on multiple boards, and is a Trustee of the District of Columbia Public Library.
Victor is a graduate of Georgetown University and MIT.