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  • Women on the Move is JPMorgan Chase’s commitment to provide women with opportunities to succeed in their professional and personal lives.
  • The program’s key objectives are to expand women-run businesses, improve women’s financial health and advance women’s career growth.
  • Through these efforts, our goal is to help secure an equal future for our female employees, clients, consumers and the communities we serve.

Areas of Focus

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Expand Women-Run Businesses

Serve women-owned or women-run businesses at all stages of development, from startups through large corporations.

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Improve Women’s Financial Health

Provide education and tools to increase the financial health and independence of women in our communities.

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Empower Women’s Career Growth

Recruit and retain more women, increase women’s representation at all levels and propel more women into leadership positions across the firm.

Stories

Faces of Opportunity: Finding the American Dream in a Parking Lot

Patty Rodriguez’s tragic past helped her build a promising future as a San Francisco business owner.

What It Really Takes to Advance Women in the Workplace

Gender parity is impossible to achieve without scalable efforts that ensure strides are being made towards equality in the workplace.

How D.C. Residents are Helping Each Other Save Money and Build Credit

People like Tamika Matome are the reason why JPMorgan Chase is investing $125 million in the financial health of residents in underserved communities across the country.

 

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  • Lori Beer, Global Chief Information Officer

     

    “Businesses like ours can have an amazing impact on the communities in which we live and work – we are the ones hiring the talent. We have the ability to change the rules and bring more women to the table early.”

    Lori Beer,
    Global Chief Information Officer
    Andrea Lisher

     

    “The opportunity for women in asset management is massive. Women currently control 40-45% of private wealth in the U.S. and the number is growing. Women are living longer, inheriting assets and need financial guidance. I am proud and excited to see how Women on the Move will help us attract, retain and promote the best women in the industry as employees and clients.”

    Andrea Lisher,
    CEO, Head of North America, Global Funds, J.P. Morgan Asset Management
  • Thasunda Duckett, CEO, Consumer Bank

     

    “Women are the cornerstone of our families and communities. When we help women advance, it has lasting impact on the broader economy, society and generations to come.”

    Thasunda Duckett,
    CEO, Consumer Bank
    Mary Erdoes, CEO, Asset and Wealth Management

     

    “Women on the Move is our continuous effort to enlighten every office and branch across the global JPMorgan Chase network on the power of diversity”

    Mary Erdoes,
    CEO, Asset and Wealth Management
  • Diana Farrell, President & CEO, JPMorgan Chase Institute

     

    “Women on the Move is forging the path where JPMorgan Chase thrives when women thrive, and I am pleased to be part of this movement.”

    Diana Farrell,
    President & CEO, JPMorgan Chase Institute
    Thelma Ferguson, Managing Director & Northeast Segment Head, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “Women have made great strides to date; and yet, there is so much untapped potential. Women on the Move serves as a building block to ensure that we reach greater heights in career advancement, wealth accumulation and the betterment of our communities.”

    Thelma Ferguson,
    Managing Director & Northeast Segment Head, JPMorgan Chase
  • Stacey Friedman, General Counsel, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “Our people are the firm’s greatest asset and investment in our women’s potential is one important way we continue to evolve and stay ahead.”

    Stacey Friedman,
    General Counsel, JPMorgan Chase
    Marianne Lake, Chief Financial Officer, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “There is a plethora of research that proves having more women in the workforce at senior levels…does improve the bottom line of companies”

    Marianne Lake,
    CEO, Consumer Lending, JPMorgan Chase
  • Kristin Lemkau, Chief Marketing Officer, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “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
    Robin Leopold, Head of Human Resources, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “Women on the Move is about harnessing the strength we have to empower women and support their growth, development and advancement. As women, helping each other thrive is critical to our shared success.”

    Robin Leopold,
    Head of Human Resources, JPMorgan Chase
  • Judy Miller, Managing Director, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “Our WOTM effort requires that we do many things right – from recruiting and training to recognizing and rewarding our developing leaders and valued clients. This is what enables us to attract, retain, encourage and support the best women employees, clients and consumers.  At JPMC, we think it’s is a great day to be a woman.”

    Judy Miller,
    Chief of Staff, Office of the Chairman
    Liz Myers, Managing Director, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “The scale and scope of Women on the Move magnifies its power for JPMC women. I’m proud that we are now also prioritizing female clients as part of our WOTM community.”

    Liz Myers,
    Head of Global Equity Capital Markets, J.P. Morgan Securities
  • Jenn Piepszak, Managing Director & CEO, Card Services, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “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
    Laura Rossi, Chief Marketing Officer, Commercial Bank

     

    “We’re working diligently to develop an inclusive community at JPMorgan Chase. Now, we’re proud to expand that mission in support of all women looking to achieve their highest potential and the men who champion them every day.”

    Laura Rossi,
    Chief Marketing Officer, Commercial Bank
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  • Lori Beer, Global Chief Information Officer

     

    “Businesses like ours can have an amazing impact on the communities in which we live and work – we are the ones hiring the talent. We have the ability to change the rules and bring more women to the table early.”

    Lori Beer,
    Global Chief Information Officer
  • Kelly Coffey, Managing Director, Asset & Wealth Management

     

    “When women work together, we accomplish amazing things. And when women celebrate one another’s accomplishments, we’re all lifted up. Together women can do more, go further, and change the world.”

    Kelly Coffey,
    Managing Director, Asset & Wealth Management
  • Thasunda Duckett, CEO, Consumer Bank

     

    “Women are the cornerstone of our families and communities. When we help women advance, it has lasting impact on the broader economy, society and generations to come”

    Thasunda Duckett,
    CEO, Consumer Bank
  • Mary Erdoes, CEO, Asset and Wealth Management

     

    “Women on the move is our continuous effort to enlighten every office and branch across the global JPMorgan Chase network on the power of diversity”

    Mary Erdoes,
    CEO, Asset and Wealth Management
  • Diana Farrell, President & CEO, JPMorgan Chase Institute

     

    “Women on the Move is forging the path where JPMorgan Chase thrives when women thrive, and I am pleased to be part of this movement.”

    Diana Farrell,
    President & CEO, JPMorgan Chase Institute
  • Thelma Ferguson, Managing Director & Northeast Segment Head, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “Women have made great strides to date; and yet, there is so much untapped potential. Women on the Move serves as a building block to ensure that we reach greater heights in career advancement, wealth accumulation and the betterment of our communities.”

    Thelma Ferguson,
    Managing Director & Northeast Segment Head, JPMorgan Chase
  • Stacey Friedman, General Counsel, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “Our people are the firm’s greatest asset and investment in our women’s potential is one important way we continue to evolve and stay ahead.”

    Stacey Friedman,
    General Counsel, JPMorgan Chase
  • Marianne Lake, Chief Financial Officer, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “There is a plethora of research that proves having more women in the workforce at senior levels…does improve the bottom line of companies”

    Marianne Lake,
    Chief Financial Officer, JPMorgan Chase
  • Kristin Lemkau, Chief Marketing Officer, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “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
  • Robin Leopold, Head of Human Resources, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “Women on the Move is about harnessing the strength we have to empower women and support their growth, development and advancement. As women, helping each other thrive is critical to our shared success.”

    Robin Leopold,
    Head of Human Resources, JPMorgan Chase
  • Judy Miller, Managing Director, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “Our WOTM effort requires that we do many things right – from recruiting and training to recognizing and rewarding our developing leaders and valued clients. This is what enables us to attract, retain, encourage and support the best women employees, clients and consumers.  At JPMC, we think it’s is a great day to be a woman.”

    Judy Miller,
    Chief of Staff, Office of the Chairman
  • Liz Myers, Managing Director, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “The scale and scope of Women on the Move magnifies its power for JPMC women. I’m proud that we are now also prioritizing female clients as part of our WOTM community.”

    Liz Myers,
    Managing Director, JPMorgan Chase
  • Jenn Piepszak, Managing Director & CEO, Card Services, JPMorgan Chase

     

    “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,
    Managing Director & CEO, Card Services, JPMorgan Chase
  • Laura Rossi, Chief Marketing Officer, Commercial Bank

     

    “We’re working diligently to develop an inclusive community at JPMorgan Chase. Now, we’re proud to expand that mission in support of all women looking to achieve their highest potential and the men who champion them every day.”

    Laura Rossi,
    Chief Marketing Officer, Commercial Bank
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