Judy J. Chapa is Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility for the Financial Services Roundtable. In this capacity, she oversees the Corporate Social Responsibility Department which highlights Roundtable member companies’ efforts to improve their communities, with a focus on financial literacy, and strengthens relationships with non-profit partners and public policymakers.
Before joining the Financial Services Roundtable, Chapa was President of Chapa Consulting, a marketing, public relations and advocacy firm, where she worked with clients on financial literacy and women’s issues. Chapa was appointed by the President in 2002 as the first Deputy Assistant Secretary for the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Financial Education, and is responsible for establishing the office and developing the Treasury Department’s financial education policy.
A Texas native, she received her degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Texas. During her professional life, she has received numerous awards and recognitions including: Outstanding Young Woman of America; Who’s Who Among Hispanic Americans; Community Service Award, Hispanic American Police Command Officers Association; WISER (Women’s Institute for a Secure Retirement) Hero Award.