Chispa, from Match Group, the dating app created for Latino singles, announced the launch of its new Promotion Council to empower and support the Latino community.
The Council, made up of members from the media, activism, community development, education and more, will reveal new perspectives and insights on issues important to the diverse Latino community and develop practical programs to make a positive impact in the community beyond appointments.
Chispa is the largest dating app created for US Latinos, with more than 7 million downloads, and its goal is to help Latino people create new connections with single people from similar backgrounds, cultures and communities.
“Chispa is committed to creating a safe and inclusive space for all Latino singlesand our new Promotion Council is a significant step in that direction,” said Julia Estacolchic, Director of Brand and Marketing at Chispa.
“We believe that the Council’s guidance and knowledge help us better understand and address the issues facing all American Latinos, so that Chispa can make an impact in our community. We are excited to work with these successful leaders to make a difference,” added Estacolchic.
The new Advocacy Council will meet regularly to discuss issues and share knowledge that will help Chispa create more high-impact initiatives around key areas such as mental health, finances, education, immigration, equality, politics and more. Her goal is to solidify Chispa’s role as a trusted and passionate advocate for the well-being and advancement of all Latinas.
Members of the new Chispa Council:
Latina entrepreneur at the intersection of media, technology and social impact. She is the founder of SUMA Wealth, a financial technology company dedicated to increasing prosperity and financial inclusion for young Latinos in the United States, and founder of the Latino youth media company Mitú.
She is co-founder of This is About Humanity, an organization that raises awareness and raises funds for families separated and reunited at the US-Mexico border.
Christen Nino de Guzman:
Founder of Clara for Creators with almost a decade of experience working with the best content creators for social networks like Instagram, TikTok and Pinterest. She helps people break into the industry with career advice and practical content.
Dr Jake Beniflah:
Develops new leading economic indicators for a multicultural America. He has more than 25 years of experience in multicultural marketing, advertising, research, data science, and organizational strategy.
Narrator and activist for the rights of migrants. Founder of Population MIC, a think tank initiative focused on making storytelling tools accessible to storytellers and activists.
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