Jaime was born in Guadalajara Jalisco, and migrated to Tucson, Arizona when he was ten years old. Jaime grew up in the south side of Tucson, facing new challenges and a cultural shift. Jaime has been volunteering in his community since middle school to present day. In college, Jaime was the student body president and worked closely with advisors to help students find scholarships and succeed with their college career. He also helped students find volunteer opportunities to fulfill scholarship requirements. Currently, Jaime is an advocate for immigration rights and an active community organizer; Jaime a member of the Arizona Cesar E. Chavez Holiday Coalition and is working with a group of dedicated community leaders to keep Cesar Chavez's legacy alive. Mr. Tadeo serves as board member representing the mayor in Tucson Az, CPARB (Community Police Advisory Review Board), a commission that oversees community complaints against the city's police department. Jaime is co-founder of Colores Unidos, an organization that advocates for the well-being of the Latinx Community. Jaime Tadeo was previously the liaison between Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation and Amistades, Inc for the Your Story project; he co-facilitated a curriculum that reached at-risk youth by providing education on culturally competent harm reduction models. Jaime is currently the Program Coordinator for the Familia Adelante, a program that targets at-risk Latino youth, 10-14 years old and their parents/guardians through a two-generational approach in Southern Arizona.