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Improve Women’s Financial Health

Women on the Move aims to provide education and tools to increase the financial health and independence of women in our communities

By educating women on managing their money, JPMorgan Chase can have an enormous impact on the lives of these women and their families. By increasing their financial acumen, we aim to help women feel more confident about their financial futures.

We’re entering a great era of sisterhood among women in business – we help each other out, talk each other up, and we’re honest and vulnerable with each other about the challenges we face every day. WOTM is a product of that change.”

Kristin Lemkau, Chief Marketing Officer, JPMorgan Chase

Stories

Kneading Dough: Featuring Simone Biles

Listen as Olympic gold medallist Simone Biles shares how she balances finances with gymnastics.

Why women need to talk about financial health

This article is part of Chase's 2018 #SavingIt movement, where we are encouraging people to save money to help them reach their goals.

Industry Evolution: Women are Buying More Cars Than Men

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

The Importance of Understanding Your Goals with Pam Codispoti and Diana Menaker

Pam Codispoti and Diana Menaker of JPMorgan Chase discuss the importance of saving for your present and future goals.

What young women should know about money

The new generation of young women is changing the way we talk about money.

How Do We Prepare Americans to Weather the Financial Unexpected?

It’s all about the savings.

Is Tech Still An Unwelcome Place for Black Female Founders?

JPMorgan Chase partners with digitalundivided to report on the barriers black women face in tech.

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