After graduating from UC Berkeley, Javier committed himself to studying and investing in real estate in the U.S and abroad.
Javier is a visionary leader with passion for improving communities and forging bridges between communities and organizations. In his previous role as Associate Director of Social Justice and Civic Engagement at Holy Names University, Javier organized conferences to bring the community ( 400+ members) together to talk about ways to solve issues impacting the community. He raised funds for students to engage in civic and enrichment activities.
For the past five years, Javier has helped led transnational delegations to perform community development projects in rural El Salvador. Projects include : grants for job creation projects, scholarships for four-year colleges/Universities and health care fairs.
His community development work has been featured on Telemundo, Univisión, and KPFA Radio. Most recently, Javier De Paz earned the prestigious Cesar Chavez Award from the city of Oakland, California.