Chime just lately welcomed Sara El-Amine as its first Vice President of Group. Sara joins Chime with 16 years of expertise main modern change in nationwide authorities, philanthropy, and tech.
As VP of Group at Chime, Sara will lead group and grassroots initiatives, increasing upon the group’s basis of profitable group cultivation throughout the U.S. She will probably be a part of the Company Affairs crew and report back to Jennifer Kuperman, SVP of Company Affairs.
“Welcoming Sara to our crew will assist broaden the affect Chime is ready to make on our communities. Sara’s unparalleled expertise and enthusiasm for investing in communities and igniting actions will assist us higher join with our members and key constituents throughout the nation.”
— Jennifer Kuperman, SVP of Company Affairs
In her profession as a senior strategist and architect of the Obama grassroots motion, Sara performed vital roles past the White Home to move and implement healthcare reform, minimal wage enhancements, marriage equality, gun violence prevention, local weather protections, and extra throughout President Obama’s two phrases in workplace. Following her time with the Obama administration, she based the Change.org International Basis and went on to construct the advocacy arm of Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s new social affect effort, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. Sara was most just lately Head of Public Engagement at Lyft and is at the moment writing a ebook to offer on a regular basis People with the precious classes she has discovered from her expertise in group organizing.
“I deeply imagine that doing properly whereas doing good is the one sturdy solution to do any good in any respect. Tech is the tip of the spear of change, and I’m excited to be at Chime to proceed to assist our members reimagine their monetary progress, and collaborate with policymakers and group members to broaden the attain of our constructive affect. Chime’s crew is made up of genuine, good, earnest, monetary whiz children who’re additionally do-gooders, and I couldn’t ask for a greater group of collaborators.”
— Sara El-Amine, VP of Group