Jazmín Chávez

Associate Vice President of Public Affairs
Hispanics in Philanthropy

Denver, Colorado

A lawyer by trade, Jazmin brings over 15 years of experience in online strategy for nonprofits, social justice campaigns, online fundraising, and campaign analytics. With more than 14 years of experience in community organizing, advocacy, and strategic outreach in underrepresented communities, she has utilized communications and critical race theory to examine new tactics for digital mobilization and movement building, using social media platforms and narrative power analysis as it relates to Latino outreach strategies. In her work, she has led award-winning digital teams and campaigns in private digital firms, nonprofit, government, and advocacy organizations. In 2020, Jazmin was named one of the most influential Latinos in the US by Latino Leaders Magazine. 

Born in Juarez, Mexico but raised in Denver, and is a former DREAMer, Jazmin remains committed to fighting for immigrant rights across the country. Jazmin holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. Most importantly, Jazmin is a proud mama and loves being married to her best friend.