Mircea Divricean

Kostopulos Dream Foundation

Mircea has a conviction for leading innovative partnerships to build an empowering, inclusive, sustainable, and collective social impact in our community. Mircea has been with Camp K full time since 2001, and is currently the President and CEO representing the Kostopulos Dream Foundation/Camp Kostopulos. He started at Camp K in 1998 as a Camp Counselor, and has held many different positions. Mircea oversees all aspects of Camp K, including the operational, financial, development, administrative duties, program management, fund development, marketing, community relations, and strategic thinking and planning. He received a B.S. in Business Administration, with emphasis in Finance and Management, from Babes-Bolyai University in Romania. Mircea was the first Nonprofit Executive in the country to graduate from the Goldman Sachs Small Business Leadership Program. Recently, he was appointed as The Honorary Consul of Romania to Utah, by both the Romanian and USA Governments. He is also involved in several local and international nonprofit and charitable organizations, including A Child’s Way Home International (where he serves as the President), University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics – Clinical Neurosciences Center (Community Advisory Board Member), Utah Nonprofits Association (Chair of Public Policy), American Camp Association Southwest Local Council of Leaders (Chair of Membership Development), American Camp Association National Council of Leaders, Vest Pocket Small Business Association, Romanian Consulate General Diaspora Advisory Board. In 2015, was honored for his leadership in the Forty Under 40 program, by Utah Business. When not working, Mircea enjoys travel, theatre, movies and gardening.