OpenWork: Managing the Imposter Syndrome Muscle with Jacqueline Ortiz Ramsay

by Guerrero

In this episode of OpenWork, we speak with Robinhood’s Jacqueline Ortiz Ramsay about career transitions and progressions from her experience as a VP in her 20s, managing the imposter syndrome muscle, and how Robinhood is democratizing finance for all.

Watch this exclusive interview between Vianni Lubus, Head of Audience and Engagement, Guerrero Media and Jacqueline Ortiz Ramsay, Head of Public Policy Communications, Robinhood.

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OpenWork is a video series that highlights some of the world’s most inspiring and minds in business. Presented by Guerrero Media, each live interview scales great lessons that you can take back to your company and community, exposing you to inspiring stories and relevant insights from top inclusive leaders you may or may not know about.

About Jacqueline Ortiz Ramsay

Jacqueline Ortiz Ramsay is a communications, public relations and government affairs strategist with a master’s degree and nearly 15 years of experience serving on presidential campaigns, Capitol Hill, with the Obama administration, and in the financial services industry as a spokeswoman. She is seen quoted in CNBC, MONEY, Bloomberg, WSJ and more. Currently, she is Head of Public Policy Communications at Robinhood, the stock trading app.

Prior to Robinhood, she was VP, head of the public affairs and communications department for a national financial trade association where she drove internal and external communications strategies, political and advocacy messaging, social media, and ensured the successful execution of the association’s communications products and channels. She is a seasoned staffer of policymakers and CEOs.

In 2012, Jacqueline worked for a 2nd time with the Obama campaign, serving as a bilingual regional press secretary, executing media and communications efforts for South Florida, from Fort Myers to Miami. Managing a busy press cycle, Jacqueline aligned messaging with the campaign’s over-arching platform. Her skills garnered media coverage on a weekly basis, contributing to the Democratic victory of the state.