Chief Executive Officer
Jaime Arroyo earned his B.S in Business Administration from Millersville University and launched his career with Fulton Financial Corporation. In 2016, he completed his M.B.A at Drexel University with a concentration in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management.
From 2017 to 2019, he served as ASSETS’ Director of Community Lending. He led the Community Lending and Social Enterprise Development efforts at ASSETS; helping the organization become one of the top micro-lenders in the state of Pennsylvania. Arroyo coached and advised on the finances and business plans of small business owners, specifically women, immigrants, people of color, and enterprisers who benefit the larger community.
From 2020 to 2022, Arroyo served as Chief Strategy Officer at Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County, Lancaster County’s largest anti-poverty organization that helps low-income families achieve economic prosperity. As Chief Strategy Officer, he led CAP’s strategy implementation including the agency’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiative and leadership development for emerging leaders.
Jaime is heavily involved in the community of Lancaster. In 2018, Jaime was elected Curator for the Global Shapers Lancaster Hub, an initiative of the World Economic Forum. In addition, Arroyo began his first term as a Councilor for the City of Lancaster, Pennsylvania in January of 2020, is Chair of the Economic Development Committee, and is a Commissioner for the Governor’s Advisory Commission for Latino Affairs.