Raúl Bustillos is Senior Vice President, Community Relations for Bank of America’s Greater Los Angeles region. Raúl provides business, civic and philanthropic leadership for Bank of America throughout Los Angeles County and the State of California and works to strengthen communication and integration among the company’s local business lines. Raúl works to continuously improve brand favorability in the region and enhance Bank of America’s presence in the community.
Prior to his current position with Bank of America, Raúl served for 10 years at the Los Angeles Times where he oversaw The Times’ philanthropic efforts including the Los Angeles Times Fund, Los Angeles Times Family Fund, Summer Camp Campaign, Holiday Campaign and Donor Advised Giving Fund.
Raúl has volunteered his time with numerous organizations and served on various boards and advisory committees including Coro Southern California, La Plaza de Cultura Y Artes, Koreatown Youth & Community Center, Southern California Grantmakers, American Camp Association Southern California/Hawaii, Archdiocesan Youth Employment Services (AYE), and many others. Raúl has a M.A. in Public Policy from Claremont Graduate University, a B.A. in Political Science from the University of California, Irvine and is a graduate of the Coro Fellows program in Public Affairs.