Roy Jasso


Roy Jasso is the President Emeritus of Chinatown Service Center. He was blessed in having an illustrious career as an executive among some of the top corporations in the country. His experience and responsibilities among some of these corporations were in the fields of marketing, public relations, community development, government affairs, philanthropy, retail, education and economic development. He also worked in the non-profit sector and was the Executive Director of some key non-profit organizations. From a very young age Roy has been actively involved in the community. He has served as a board member on numerous non-profits groups on a local, state and national level and is a former president of the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce. Roy has been recognized throughout the country by leading civil right groups, public officials and community leaders for his commitment in serving and helping our communities. The City of Stockton declared November 12 as "Roy Jasso Day". The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), the oldest and largest civil rights Latino organization in the country, recognized Roy with the Corporate Employee of the Year Award. Among other organizations Roy currently serves on their boards are: the Los Angeles Mission for the homeless, the Mexican American Opportunity Foundation, SoCal CDC, and the Bilingual Foundation of the Arts theater in which he is the board president. He also is an elder of his church. Roy is proud of his humble beginnings as a migrant farm worker and gives God all the Glory and Praises for all his accomplishments!