June Jimenez is a first-generation Filipina-American who grew up in New York City where her mother emphasized core values of: community, women's empowerment, and equity. June’s career across the non-profit, government and private sectors has given her the experiences to become a change management executive where she has used her passion for listening, understanding and mobilizing people to both create and, more importantly, implement changes for organizations that result in increased mission alignment, impact, investment and efficiency. June earned her Bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and earned her Executive MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. June lives with her partner and daughter in the Washington, D.C. area. June is proud to regularly volunteer with local community organizations that combat food insecurity and to serve as a board member for The Center for Asian Pacific American Women.