Alexa Seleno

Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight: Jarvis Diaz

Hispanic Heritage Month was created to recognize the contributions and achievements of people with Hispanic or Latinx backgrounds. The hope is by highlighting Hispanic culture, people will be inspired and strive for their own successes.

At ThinkPod, we also wanted to highlight the hard work and struggles of some of our own Hispanic and Latinx connections which is why we would like to celebrate the achievements of Jarvis Diaz.

Jarvis is the father of two members of the ThinkPod team. They both attribute their father’s strength and fortitude in the face of struggle to their own efforts to achieve.

50-year-old Jarvis is the president of Vencader, a shipping company, but the path to success was a difficult one. Born in Caracas, Venezuela, Jarvis spent his formative years in San Agustin parish. Even though his family didn’t always have enough resources, Jarvis didn’t let that stop him from reaching his goals.

Setting his sights on a career in Logistics and Customs, Jarvis worked hard for many years and garnered many achievements. In 2009, he launched his own company: Encomiendas Vipjar Courier. Unfortunately, the ongoing crisis in Venezuela led to an eventual shutdown, but it did not dampen Jarvis’s aspirations.

After a few years of getting things back on track, he was able to bring his dreams to life once again with a new name and new image. Jarvis’s worth ethic and motivation launched Vencader in 2021.

ThinkPod is proud of its connection to Jarvis Diaz!

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