Jaime Roberto Flores Junior is a Broadcaster from Lynwood California and Alum of Cerritos College. He earned two Liberal Arts and Sciences Degrees; one in Media Studies and the other in Social and Behavioral Sciences. He began his Journalism involvement at Cerritos College after taking a course on campus where he worked on his own blog researching the early history of student organizations and had to create an animated video for the assignment . He decided to make his video easy for new students to get an idea of what opportunities are available to students on campus to get involved

He then went on to produce content for the campus Student Publication known as Talon Marks.Rob dedicated a year of service to the State of California earning a excellence medallion from the Greater Board of Los Angeles County, the Presidential Volunteer Service Award, and a Certificate of Congressional Recognition in 2009. He received actor training from Hal Landon Jr. at Long Beach City College. As a proud resident of Lynwood California he has been active in his community . Since 2015 he has served as the youngest Block Watch Captain where he served in the planning committee for 2015 National Night Out available on YouTube. He spent time as a City intern and eventually went on to serve a year term in 2016 as a Traffic/Parking and Public Safety Commissioner.He achieved his Certificate of Achievement for completing his (CERT) training from the Los Angeles County Fire Department’s Community Emergency Response Team program. He has been an On Air Talent for  his campus Radio Station WPMD since 2011 where he started his radio show Falcon Spotlight.He was also featured with fellow peers on Norwalk Television

In 2015 he was named a finalist by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Annual National Golden Microphone Competition and in 2016 the Judges named his show the Best Public Affairs College Radio Show in America. you can read the press release from Cerritos College . this has made him the first student in Cerritos College history to achieve National Radio Recognition. He also appeared in the campus Insight Magazine