Pauline Rubio has joined the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce as the Vice President of Education and Leadership. Rubio previously served as the Assistant Vice President of Public Affairs at the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce.
“We are excited to welcome Pauline Rubio to our team,” said Ramiro A. Cavazos, President & CEO, San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. “She will continue to grow our leadership and educational programs that serve our 1,300 members.”
Pauline’s previous work experience with the San Antonio legal community, working for a U.S. Congressman, and several nonprofit organizations in San Antonio have made her passionate about the arts and also the furthering of San Antonio’s business community’s work in fostering improved educational policy.
Growing up in San Antonio, her parents kept her and her sister heavily involved in community organizations such as the Conservation Society Junior Associates while also dancing ballet folklorico and flamenco. Even at a young age, Pauline has always been passionate about government relations and education. She began studying policy, spending her senior year of high school abroad in Mexico City learning about the political climate of Mexico and Latin American art history. She also studied her senior year of college in Granada, Spain, learning about the government of the European Union and art history. She has earned her Master in Business Administration degree from Texas A&M University San Antonio and her Bachelor’s Degree in Government from The University of Texas at Austin. She serves as the president of the business honor society at Texas A&M San Antonio.
For more information about the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, call (210) 225-0462 or visit www.sahcc.org.