ROC Newport Beach
With the combination of relaxed, California lifestyle and consistently emerging entrepreneurial talent, Newport Beach is a prime office location. Real Office Centers Newport Beach is located in Newport Center where nearby amenities are in abundance, including some of the finest cuisine, gourmets cafes, and a variety of high-end shops at Fashion Island.
As the workplace evolves, the collaborative office environment is emerging as a preferred way of doing business. At Real Office Centers, we recognize this shift in thinking and have created unique, functional, and inviting spaces that encourage interaction and collaboration.
ROC Newport Beach offers something for everyone with private offices and open co-working spaces. Come see what will work best for you.
Creaky elbows and rusty shoulder joints make it difficult for The Big Kahuna Ron McElroy to surf, let alone get through the line-up. Wave after wave pound Ron’s face, but a slight onset of dementia keeps him going. Meanwhile, Juniorboy, sitting on the beach, can’t keep the jokes flowing fast enough, “look braddah, he’s still wearing dah bus up kine rubbah slippas!”
Ron previously established himself as a proficient Commercial Real Estate Broker specializing in office properties throughout the greater John Wayne market from 1983 through 1992. During this period Ron represented landlords like The Irvine Company, Prudential Realty, and Koll Company as well as companies like Exxon, AST Research and Mobil Oil. After a short stint trading oil futures and firearms with Syrian confidants, Ron launched REMC-Real Estate Management Corporation. Over the next fifteen years Ron’s standard for Class A buildings and premier office environments, anchored with uncompromised service, set the industry bar to a new level. Ron successfully sold the fourteen sites encompassing over 1,000 companies to Synergy Workplaces, a Broadway Partners subsidiary based out of New York.
Retired on the beaches of Hawaii and Mexico left Ron “plagued with thoughts of not doing enough,” he says in his book entitled Wrong Side of the Tracks ($12.95 for the book or $2.99 for the Kindle Edition, both on Amazon.com). “Street smart and restless,” like most University of California, Santa Barbara graduates, Ron jumped back into the game and established ROC—where he finds joy, yet again, in working 14-hour days and having his employees call him Puanani, or Beautiful Flower.
Chief Operating Officer
Amy brings a wealth of expertise to ROC with her extensive background in every facet of the Shared Office industry. Amy has served in a management capacity with two former prominent ROC competitor’s—Carr-Workplaces and Synergy Workplaces. Both were based out of the East Coast with long histories in providing National coverage. Prior to that Amy worked her way up the ranks at a regional Shared Office power-house REMC.Amy learned and excelled at every level in the Shared Office business until ultimately managing the most profitable centers at REMC. Amy’s expertise in executing long term strategic plans while also maintaining a close touch to client needs is unsurpassed in our business. Currently, Amy is serving as the Chief Operating Officer for ROC and is tasked with laying the groundwork for our growing staff. Amy’s influence since her presence at ROC is already noticeable—enthusiasm and focus are unmistakable trademarks when referring to Amy and what attributes immediately come to mind. We’re proud to have Amy as the benchmark for all other employee’s to strive to be.
Director of Marketing
With a technical biology degree AND a degree in Business Administration from the University of Colorado at Boulder, we fear Becky Beattie may be selling stem cell secrets to the Decepticons. Becky’s keen ability to understand technical industries along with a unique marketing perspective landed her in some interesting positions. Becky’s professional career started as a National Distribution Sales Manager for cell biology products at SeraCare. This lead to her becoming the West Coast Cell Biology Specialist for Eppendorf where she played with human and animal cells under a microscope while growing her territory by an unprecedented 21%.
Following the above elementary studies, Becky joined Comprendia Bioscience Consulting Group as their Business Development Manager. In this role, Rebecca helped secure large accounts and grew the firm by over 40% within the first year. She also acted as co-manager for the San Diego Biotechnology Network (SDBN) which enjoys a membership of over 8,500 local biotech professionals.
As the Director of Marketing at ROC, Becky will be using her strategic sales and marketing skills to help build relationships, manage ROC’s website and direct all social media efforts.
Lindsey Raymond was born and raised in Laguna Niguel, California and attended Dana Hills High School. After graduating, she couldn’t stand leaving the California coast and decided to continue her education at UC Santa Barbara. While taking on a full academic course load, Lindsey began working at various upscale clothing boutiques. This work experience sparked her interest in the customer service industry. But before she could pursue this career path any further, it was necessary for her to travel. After receiving her bachelor`s degree in Communication from UCSB, Lindsey delayed the real world for a bit with a backpacking trip throughout Europe. Now that she got her travel fix, Ms. Raymond is ready to take on the front desk at ROC Newport!
Justin Miller, aka “Mills”, is an Orange County product raised ding dong ditching, stomping the yard, walking the dogs, skating, surfing, and playing soccer. He attended and cruised through Dana Hills High School and chose to further his education with a major in Soccer and a minor in Kinesiology at Westmont College. After a brief stint of playing pro ball with minor league team, LA Blues, he chose to leave the institution that the sport brought. Utiliizing his Mexican background, he ventured to Mexico and taught english where he became a true Mexican samurai.
Coming back to civilization was strange and an array of jobs came and went along with odd living situations. Living above a washer/dryer in Denver for six months, living on a boat in Marina Del Rey, half a year living in a construction site in Chinatown of Hawaii, and now back to comfortable OC. Calloused is a good adjective for Mills, one which he will need entering into the world of sales with ROC.
Courtney Guthridge grew up in Orange County with her three brothers and parents. She attended Mater Dei High School and left California to attend Southern Methodist University in Dallas. There she studied abroad in Spain and received her bachelors in psychology.
Her biggest passion is traveling. She believes that what you learn while traveling can not be taught. Ms.Guthridge worked as a server in college so that she could spend her summers on backpacking trips. After graduating from SMU she moved to South Korea to teach English for a year. When she finished teaching she, of course, took her earnings and went on a ½ yearlong backpacking trip around South East Asia. Courtney is now back in the United States and enjoys exercising, music, beach, going to the movies, and watching sports, especially the 49ers.
- Conference Facilities
- Full Kitchen
- Café Bar serving local coffee
- Guest Reception
- High-Speed Internet and Wifi
- Sustainable Green Business Environment
- Monthly Client Appreciation Breakfast
- Monthly Client Appreciation Happy Hour
- Weekly Car Wash Service
- Weekly Dry Cleaning Service
- Massage Tuesdays Twice Monthly
- Private Office
- Collaborative Workspace
- Day Use
- Virtual Office