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Empower Women's Career Growth

Women on the Move aims to recruit and retain more women, increase women’s representation at all levels and propel more women into leadership positions across the firm

Investing in women’s success is a key priority at JPMorgan Chase and know that each woman’s individual success is critical to our success as a business. We’re focused on supporting female employees by providing an inclusive culture, growth opportunities, coaching and training, family-friendly policies and benefits.

I’m proud to see us expand Women on the Move, which has been so meaningful to those of us at the firm these past five years.

Jenn Piepszak, Chief Financial Officer, JPMorgan Chase

Stories

Seven Powerful Tips from JPMorgan Chase’s Most Influential Women

Empowering words from the women who are redefining the banking industry.

One Female Engineer Shatters Space's Glass Ceiling

Aerospace engineer and Chase tech ambassador Diana Trujillo talks about building resilience and the future of STEM.

Want to Help Boost the Economy? Remove Barriers to Success for Black Women

Sponsorship and support can help black women overcome biases and achieve economic success.

What is the secret to drawing women into tech?

The following article is part of the "Good Business Creates Good" series, presented by JPMorgan Chase and Ozy.

The Road to Gender Balance

The strides in gender diversification may not be as sweeping as we think.

Organizations Are Working Together to Bring Girl Power to India

Private institutions are bringing together capital, tech and philanthropy to create economic opportunity for women.

What Being a Filipina Means to Me? Being Smart, Focused and Speaking My Mind

Growing up in the Philippines, I wasn’t one of those girls who dreamed of going to America. I was happy in Manila. It’s where my family was based, and it’s where I thought I would always live. That is, until an incredible opportunity came my way.

How Long Does It Take to Help Advance Women? 36 Minutes a Week

Here’s your roadmap to helping women achieve their fullest potential.

The Future of Work: Helping Black Women Face the Challenges of Job Automation

JPMorgan Chase and the Institute for Women's Policy Research explore how automation is impacting employment for women of color.

A Key to Success: Embrace What Makes You Different

Your biggest challenge could be your most valuable asset.

Industry Evolution: Women are Buying More Cars Than Men

Melinda Welsh shares why the auto industry needs to change gears and focus on women.

Why are Women Technologists Hard to Find?

We asked four JPMorgan Chase technologists about the gender gap. Here's what they had to say.

8 powerful leadership lessons from inspiring women

From the rise of co-working spaces and startups to the push for relatively relaxed dress codes, the workforce is evolving rapidly.

The Most Important Lesson for Women in Technology

JPMorgan Chase technologists discuss speaking up and why it could be the key to success.

How Do You Keep a Good Employee? Care for Their Family

Parenting can be stressful, through mentorship and support we’re helping to ease the burden.

These Colleagues Share Everything, Including a Job

Megan Snider's and Regan Bohnert's working relationship at JPMorgan Chase started more than a decade ago and their closeness has paid off.

Turn Your Passion into a Career and Never Look Back

For Global Philanthropy's Colleen Briggs, finding her purpose led to a fulfilling career.

Giving a More Diverse Voice to Corporate America

All companies can benefit from including diversity at the top.

Five women explain how looking inward can be the key to finding success

Senior executives, startup CEOs, and an award-winning chef share the “thing” that helped them rise to the top.

Why You Don't Have to be in Leadership Positions to Create Gender Equality

Conversations about gender equality may be uncomfortable but transparency is essential to creating change across an organization.

Stopping Unconscious Bias is a Team Effort

Two JPMorgan Chase technology leaders discuss bias and the role leadership must play to address it in the workplace.

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