Jaime Rojas, Jr.

Mr. Rojas has a B.S. and an M.P.A. in Public Administration with a minor in business marketing from the University of Southern California. He has over 10 years experience in the professional field as a government relations executive for high profile corporate companies. Mr. Rojas began his political and government relations background at early age and was chosen to be a White House intern under the Clinton Administration in 1995. He worked for White House's Office of Public Liaison and Latino outreach for President Clinton, as well as for The White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics.

Jaime has developed strong statewide relationships with various elected officials, senior level municipal administrators and their staff because of his successful client work through the years. Jaime understands the symbiotic relationships between government, businesses and local communities. He uses this critical knowledge and combined understanding of government to assist his clients to successfully maneuver through the labyrinth which is government.

He is the immediate former President and CEO of the nearly 150,000 member-strong California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, an organization committed to promoting a favorable business climate for emerging businesses, advancing economic development, provide fair and equitable access to the market place, and support legislative advocacy focused on business issues for California's Latino business community. He was the youngest President/CEO in the country, at the age of 32, to run the largest chamber organization in the nation. The CHCC is the umbrella organization to 61 Latino chambers in the State of California.

Jaime has served as a visiting scholar at USC's Sol Price School of Public Policy's graduate school program on government relations and lobbying. He published his first book in 2011 titled, "The Conservative's Pocket Constitution", which is available on Amazon.com.


Government relations, advocacy, branding and marketing, crisis management resolution, public relations and social media.