Discover new stories from Advancing Black Pathways. Learn more about our initiatives, real-world stories from black business owners and entrepreneurs, and studies and news on the changing face of black economic empowerment.
JPMorgan Chase and Essence sat down with two financial experts to discuss assets, estate planning and the deeper meaning of legacy.
JPMorgan Chase and Essence sat down with media personalities Luvvie Ajayi and Kela Walker, and financial coach Saundra Davis to chat about their credit journeys and share insight for black women charting their own financial paths.
Business owners for 20 years, Alvin and Calvin Waters celebrate the boldness of black entrepreneurship.
JPMorgan Chase’s Advancing Black Pathways (ABP) initiative strives to support black entrepreneurs and help them build lasting wealth. Two successful black entrepreneurs who have been business owners for 20 years, Alvin and Calvin Waters, celebrate the boldness of black entrepreneurship.
Head of Advancing Black Pathways Sekou Kaalund on what it means to be a father today.
A new documentary puts the focus on black women and their unique journeys to entrepreneurship.
With a helping hand from JPMorgan Chase and Ascend 2020, Nubian Hueman is bringing underrepresented artists to the foreground.
September Hargrove, JPMorgan Chase’s Detroit Program Officer, is using her own experience as inspiration to transform the lives of Detroit residents.
The Fellowship Initiative puts new spin on March basketball brackets to help young minority men choose the right college.
JPMorgan Chase and Essence are teaming up to help black women overcome financial hurdles.
JPMorgan Chase and the Institute for Women's Policy Research explore how automation is impacting employment for women of color.
Aubrey W. Lee’s legacy has laid the groundwork for JPMorgan Chase initiatives that seek to equalize opportunity in the workplace.
Sponsorship and support can help black women overcome biases and achieve economic success.
It’s all about the savings
Learn how innovative technologies are financially empowering underserved populations.
Entrepreneurs of color help play a key role in the city’s recovery.
The Entrepreneurs of Color Fund is providing business owners with the financing and technical assistance they need to succeed.
One year in, half of the company’s commitment is deployed, is it making a difference?
It takes a village to support creative entrepreneurs. JPMorgan Chase and The Idea Village are supporting small business growth, one week at a time.
In 22 cities across the country, JPMorgan Chase is connecting students with quality work experience.
5 miles. 90 minutes. Too far. New effort aims to transform the small business community.
Because diversity of thought is just as important as finding the right skills.
How one New Orleans workforce nonprofit is leveling the playing field.
While career hunting is never easy, it can feel a lot harder when you don’t have a bachelor's degree.
Darin Oduyoye is Chief Communications Officer for J.P. Morgan’s Asset Management division, one of the four primary lines of business at JPMorgan Chase & Co.
From New York to Singapore, Chinedum realized that establishing a strong personal brand gave him the opportunity for greater career mobility and success.
JPMorgan Chase and the LeBron James Family Foundation bring technology into LeBron's brand new public school in Akron.
JPMorgan Chase partners with digitalundivided to report on the barriers black women face in tech.
Succeeding in the 21st century economy requires programs that focus on college and career.
Meet a young man who made his dream of going to college a reality-with a little help.