Jamie was invited to present her Young, Educated, and Broke talk at TEDxKamuela.
As part of the millennial generation, Jamie went on Kababayan Today - America's first and only daily talk show for and about Filipinos - to expresses her thoughts, experiences and concerns about the challenges that millennials face today and the near future.
In 2009, Jamie was interviewed by former CNN News Anchor, Sachi Koto, on her role as Executive Director of the National Council of Asian American Business Associations—which was the largest coalition of Asian American chambers in the country. Jamie Borromeo talks with Sachi Koto about the history of the organization and her vision for growth and desire for collaboration to promote opportunities for diverse businesses.
Additionally, Jamie has been featured on CNN’s Reliable Sources, NBC, CBS Radio, AsianWeek, and Los Angeles Local Channel 18.
In an effort to advance her mission of providing a voice for the next generation of business leaders, Jamie has had the privilege of meeting with a number of national and international influencers, including President Obama, President Clinton, Members of Congress, various elected officials, Fortune 500 CEOs and celebrities.
Named one of “America’s Top Women Mentoring Leaders.”
Featured when she was appointed Executive Director of the largest Asian business coalition in the United States. Read it here.
As a founding member of the Democratic National Committee’s Small Business Owner’s Council, Jamie helped to highlight President Obama’s accomplishments for the Small Business community and the broader highlights of his economic recovery plan. Watch DNC Chair, Honorable Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, introduce Jamie as a proud woman in business.
Jamie was invited by House Republicans to provide a testimonial on Capitol Hill regarding her experience in government contracting to promote Black, Latino, Asian American, Service-Disabled Veterans and Native American small businesses. Watch Jamie’s testimonial where she addresses the challenges small businesses face in subcontracting with the Federal Government.