Rob Ranieri has been the CEO of House of Hope since June of 2015. During that time, House of Hope has updated all four client service centers, expanded the main thrift store on US 1, added four nutrition gardens and a Traveling Garden, developed a production farm featuring hydroponics growing techniques, started the Golden Gate Center for Enrichment and the Jensen Beach Enrichment Center to offer classes, programs and services to the community at no cost to participants, and added the Elisabeth Lahti Nutrition Center to focus on food production and packaging. House of Hope has increased the organization's capacity, reaching over 7,000 people each month and distributing over 1.5 million pounds of food to the area annually.
Rob has more than 35 years of success in business and industry and extensive leadership experience at local non-profits. Rob’s business management experience is wide-ranging and includes serving as chief operating officer of NuCo2, the largest beverage carbonation business in the world, headquartered in Stuart, Florida. Rob has served on numerous local non-profit boards, including SafeSpace, Project LIFT, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County, and as a Governor appointed member of the Children’s Services Council of Martin County. He also currently serves on the board of MIND and The Banner Lake Club.