Stephen Greene
Stephen Greene
CEO & co-founder and Apprentice Nation producer

Since RockCorps founding in 2005, Stephen has worked to deliver social engagement platforms in 10 countries around the world; including more than 50 volunteer-exclusive concerts, featuring artists such as Pharrell, Lady Gaga, RMaroon 5 and Rihanna. RockCorps creates brand partnership programmes in order to deliver a triple benefit, individual, society and business.

Stephen’s experience, passion and deep understanding of social action and community engagement also enables him to provide strategic counsel to a wide range of organisations across the public, not-for-profit and private sectors.

Since 2010, Stephen has been an advisor to the UK Government Office around volunteering and youth policy. In November 2012, Stephen was appointed by the Prime Minister to be the founding chair of the NCS Trust, responsible for the management and delivery of National Citizen Service, the UK’s largest youth programme with over 100,000 participants per year. Since his term ended in 2018, he continues as a Patron. Stephen was awarded a CBE for services to young people in the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Stephen co-founded Apprentice Nation in 2018. Bringing together RockCorps and Multiverse - Euan Blair’s tech start up focused on career development - the one of a kind, edu-tainment platform. Apprentice Nation highlights alternatives to university and uses the power of music to engage and inspire 16-24 year olds, particularly those from historically under-represented backgrounds, to get career ready.

Stephen is a board member of non-profits Good Gym and Young Camden Foundation (UK), The Fowler Center (USA) and Become (France). He is a lecturer in social engagement at Meiji University and Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo as well as Bayes Business School in London.

Stephen has an MBA from UCLA Anderson. He is a native of Portland, Oregon and now lives in London, England with his wife and daughter.