Jason Riveiro

Executive Vice President

Jason Riveiro serves as Executive Director & Chief Operating Officer. Prior to joining NAHREP, Jason served as Sr. Director of Industry Relations at Notarize and held notable roles at Realogy including Head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and Vice-President of Global Affiliate Service.

Riveiro has served on several boards including the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland’s Business Advisory Board, U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, iHeart Radio’s Community Advisory Board, and the Pittsburgh Pirates Diversity Advisory Board.

To commemorate his contributions, Riveiro has been awarded the Univision Communications’ Fellow, NAACP Freedom Fighter Award, LULAC National Presidential Citation, the Distinguished Hispanic Ohioan Award, and was recognized by Inman News as one of the five people driving the future at Realogy in 2021.

Jason holds an MBA from Xavier University, a bachelor’s degree in International Studies and Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX and has completed graduate courses at the Universidad de San Pablo-CEU in Madrid, Spain.

In his free time, Jason hosts a podcast focused on highlighting multicultural real estate professionals at https://multiculturalre.com


Pacino Mancillas

VP of Marketing

With over 25 years of experience in the marketing and advertising field, Pacino Mancillas lives for Hispanic marketing. Through his hands-on approach, Mancillas has a deep understanding of the shopper market and is fully immersed in the Hispanic community.

Mancillas launched his career as a Coca-Cola salesman in Mexico. He then transitioned into a role with Reebok Mexico, becoming the first sales team to lead these efforts. After a transition to Dallas, Mancillas launched field-marketing efforts for Cadbury-Schweppes for the brand Clamato, became account supervisor for Latin American and Caribbean countries in one of Dallas’ powerhouse agencies working with American Airlines. Pacino also helped launch a multicultural initiative at Lowe’s and maintained his entrepreneurial stint running his own printing and shipping company in Monterrey, Mexico.

He is a graduate of the Tecnológico de Monterrey and went to UT Austin to study advertising. Mancillas is bicultural and bilingual in English and Spanish. He is a current board member of Levine Museum of the New South and Vice President of the Hispanic Contractors Association of the Carolinas.
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