Women on the Move Stories and Insights
South Bronx native Yosara Trujillo was about to take the bar exam when she made a decision that shocked her community.
Pro skier and decorated athlete Lindsey Vonn is teaming up with Chase Ink as she explores what’s next as an entrepreneur.
Pursuing the American dream and her entrepreneurial goals, Rowena Zimmers founded ALE Solutions to help families temporarily displaced from their homes.
Sponsorship and support can help black women overcome biases and achieve economic success.
WNBA forward Nneka Ogwumike talks about playing professional basketball on two continents, as well as her financial journey.
Katie Webber, Rates Trading Analyst at J.P. Morgan, found that female traders are empowering more women to pursue opportunities in finance.
Julie Bohan and Bill Kapfer discuss how the Men as Allies program amplifies the voices of women and fosters a culture of equal respect in the workplace .
Sam Saperstein, Head of Women on the Move at JPMorgan Chase, shares her advice on how women can better prepare themselves for a successful career.
Hear from successful women leading the way in the auto industry and see why JPMorgan Chase is designing programs particularly with women in mind.
Unconscious bias is a significant barrier for an organization to overcome and leadership can play a crucial role in combatting it.
Keosha Burns debunks the myths of home buying and prepares you for home ownership.
Global tennis legend Serena Williams talks with Maverick Carter about her financial journey.
Elena Delle Donne, who plays small forward for the Washington Mystics professional basketball team, is always advancing.
Conversations about gender equality may be uncomfortable but transparency is essential to creating change across an organization.
Senior executives, startup CEOs, and an award-winning chef share the “thing” that helped them rise to the top.
JPMorgan Chase partners with digitalundivided to report on the barriers black women face in tech.
All companies can benefit from including diversity at the top.
For Global Philanthropy's Colleen Briggs, finding her purpose led to a fulfilling career.
JPMorgan Chase technologists discuss speaking up and why it could be the key to success.
Megan Snider's and Regan Bohnert's working relationship at JPMorgan Chase started more than a decade ago and their closeness has paid off.
Parenting can be stressful, through mentorship and support we’re helping to ease the burden.
Four steps to take on the path to being a leader.
It's all about the savings
Here’s your roadmap to helping women achieve their fullest potential.
These women did it their way-and found success.
Jenn Hyman, CEO and Co-Founder, Rent the Runway shares insights with JPMorgan Chase employees during our Women on the Move Leadership Day.
Lisa McCarthy, CEO, Fast Forward Group shares insights with JPMorgan Chase employees during our Women on the Move Leadership Day.
Businesses should focus on hiring female technologists with diverse backgrounds and an aptitude for learning.
Leaders at JPMorgan Chase recommend the best books about female empowerment, friendship, and perseverance.
Employees at our New York headquarters recently heard from Natalie Reynolds, published negotiation expert, and a panel of our own senior leaders, who shared their expertise on something women often dread – making a deal.
For Women's Equality Day, see the photo project that highlights non-traditional jobs filled by women.
More female employment would boost the economy, 50 women leaders join us for a discussion on how to achieve gender equality in the workplace.
Cathy Russell, U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues, spoke about her mission to advance women’s political and economic participation during a visit to our New York headquarters.
A recent event at our New York headquarters focused on improving women’s access to well-paying, middle-skill jobs that are traditionally occupied by men.
There's a solution to the equal-pay problem: getting female workers into well-paying jobs in construction and engineering. All it takes is the right kind of training.
Pilot program paired new and experienced working moms.
Graduate technology program aims to boost talent pipeline and tackle profession's long-standing gender imbalance.
Your next professional opportunity could come from anywhere, are you ready for it?
How one "Prolific Inventor" put her creativity to work at JPMorgan Chase.
Charlotte Eyerman loves the dialogue art sparks and is looking forward to bringing over 20 years of experience to the collection.
It isn’t just a job—it’s where work and values connect.
Neetu Jhamb keeps coming back to J.P. Morgan.
Diversity and inclusion is the key to building a resilient culture that helps companies and communities thrive.
It’s important to realize that, regardless of the great change we are experiencing in today’s world, the core fundamentals of what makes a good leader will never change.
There is a lot of discussion about what women earn compared to men. But there is less discussion about women having significantly less wealth than men.
I have the type of personality where if I see a problem, even a loose door handle, I feel I have to try and fix it.
How one woman re-entered the workforce and reignited her career.
Why you should care: To get a promotion, first you have to get noticed.
Growing up in Texas, sports were a cornerstone of my childhood.
I’m Laura Miller, a Small Business Executive at Chase – but that’s only a part of who I am.
Meet every obstacle with an open mind, and the courage to overcome the status quo.
Twelve years ago, I was working at the J.P. Morgan Private Bank when I got a surprising call.
By nurturing a young person’s development, mentors contribute to strengthening families and communities.