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Jorge Escobar


Jorge EscobarEducation

B.S. in Business Administration, Thomas Edison State College; B.S. in Business Administration with concentration in Finance, Rider University


Jorge Escobar came to The National Hispanic University from Princeton University, where he served as senior associate director of planning and operations for the Office of Development.

Throughout his career, Escobar, a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, has applied his broad expertise in operations and technology at large institutions worldwide, performing business reviews in Canada, Tokyo, and London. Escobar is advisor to the International Commission of Science and Technology in the Dominican Republic and works with SENACYT (Secretaría Nacional de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación) evaluating research and development projects funded by the Panama government and the Inter-American Development Bank.

Escobar has led the National Hispanic Employee Network at Merrill Lynch and volunteered for AARP, Habitat for Humanity, and other community-focused organizations. In addition, he is one of the founders of PACTO, a networking space for Hispanic professionals, and he spearheaded Latino Princetonians, an employee resource group at Princeton University.