Chief Program Officer, Break the Cycle
Jasmine Uribe is a leader in the dating abuse prevention movement, and joined Break the Cycle in 2010. With nearly 15 years of experience working with youth and communities, she now serves as Chief Program Officer. In this role she is responsible for developing the strategy for Break the Cycle’s national social impact and partnership efforts to end relationship violence.
These efforts include supervising staff in the development of curricula and prevention education efforts, communication and social media strategies, trainings for adult professionals and allies, youth leadership, and community activism. She is also responsible for building and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders to advance and sustain the mission of Break the Cycle, which is to inspire and support young people ages 12-24 to build healthy relationships and create a culture without abuse. As a member of the Senior leadership team, she works directly with the CEO to build organizational goals comprehensive solutions, innovative strategies, and the leadership and expertise of staff across the country.
She is an Alumni of California State University, Los Angeles and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Child Development. Her passion for education, community centered programming, and youth leadership is evident in the various resources, curricula, and speaking engagements she’s created and facilitated nationwide.
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