As CEO, Vince Bryson provides leadership to all RMHCSC programs, including Ronald McDonald Houses in Bakersfield, Loma Linda, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Orange, and Pasadena, Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times near Idyllwild, the Community Grants Board, and four scholarship programs. Vince works to unite all RMHCSC programs in order to meet the organization's ultimate goal of improving the health and well-being of children in Southern California. Prior to joining RMHCSC as the executive director of the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House, Bryson was director of premium seating for the Staples Center, and also served as the development director at the New Los Angeles Marketing Partnership, a public-private partnership created by former Los Angeles mayor, Richard Riordan. Previously Bryson oversaw all fundraising and programming for the Magic Johnson Foundation as president and chief executive officer, where he helped the organization raise $8 million and distribute more than $3.5 million to AIDS-related organizations nationally. Bryson is a graduate of the University of Michigan.