Jasmín Chávez

LULAC Women’s Commissioner Young Adults Representative

Jazmín Chávez

Jasmin earned her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Spanish from McDaniel College in 2019. She grew up in Falls Church, Virginia, and is originally from El Salvador. Jasmin is passionate about advocating for immigrant rights in her community.

She is currently working in Washington, DC, at AARP’s Legal Counsel for the Elderly, where she works closely with the 50 plus, low-income Latinx community and also does Latinx outreach. In November 2019, she went to the border with a group of passionate activists to provide pro bono assistance to refugees.

Jasmin currently serves as the LULAC Deputy Director for Virginia and, in 2018, was awarded LULAC’s National Young Adult Woman of the Year Award. She also serves as the Director of Engagement for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Alumni Association DC Chapter and sits on her alma mater’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Advisory Group. In 2013, Jasmin was a featured speaker at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s 37th Annual Awards gala. Jasmin also sits on the Smithsonian Latino Center’s Young Ambassadors Alumni Network Advisory Group and served as the Todos Con Biden Youth Committee Chair.


Panel Information

Saturday, December 5

12:30 PM EST

Leadership Development during times of Adversity

The roles and responsibilities of business leaders have dramatically changed in the past few months. Before COVID-19, CEOs and other executives in high-growth companies were focused on fostering innovation, driving revenue, and gaining market share. Today, many of those same leaders must make rapid decisions about controlling costs and maintaining liquidity. This panel will focus on best practices and a dialogue around strategies and behaviors to help manage during a time of crisis.

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