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OUR IMPACT

Office of LGBT+ Affairs

Our global initiative dedicated to advancing equity and inclusion for the LGBT+ community

 

 

 

Overview

 

JPMorgan Chase has long been a supporter of equality in all forms, including for the LGBT+ community. Starting with our very first PRIDE business resource group in 1996, we recently strengthened our commitment by creating the Office of LGBT+ Affairs and a full-time, dedicated team to deliver on our global LGBT+ agenda. 

The Office of LGBT+ Affairs partners closely with stakeholders across the firm to promote intersectionality and leverage our combined resources to deliver equity and inclusion for LGBT+ employees, clients, partners and communities, worldwide.

 

 

Resources for
LGBT+-Owned
Businesses

Resources for LGBT+-Owned Businesses image

Resources for
LGBT+-Owned
Businesses

We’re here for LGBT+ entrepreneurs through all stages of their business.
 

Advancing Careers
and a Culture of
Inclusion

Advancing Careers and a Culture of Inclusion

Advancing Careers
and a Culture of
Inclusion

We are dedicated to having best-in-class policies, practices, benefits and allyship for our LGBT+ employees.

Improving Financial
Health

Improving Financial Health

Improving Financial
Health

Customized tools and education to help everyone reach their financial goals.
 

Supporting
Community
Development

Supporting Community Development

Supporting
Community
Development

From philanthropic investments to public stances on policy issues, we stand proud in our support for the LGBT+ community.

 

 


 

Brad Baumoel



“I am proud of the support that JPMorgan Chase has provided to the LGBT+ community, as well as our amazing culture of inclusion. I’m now even more excited about our dedicated focus against a truly global strategy and delivery agenda to help members of the LGBT+ community advance and reach their personal, professional and financial goals.”

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Brad Baumoel, Head of the Office of LGBT+ Affairs