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Seven Powerful Tips from JPMorgan Chase’s Most Influential Women
Empowering words from the women who are redefining the banking industry.
The Year of the Woman is upon us, but JPMorgan Chase has been doubling down on women for years. In fact, Fortune’s 2018 “Most Powerful Women ” list featured two top executives, Marianne Lake and Mary Erdoes, while American Banker’s list of “Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance” boasted an additional seven JPMorgan Chase executives.
In celebration of Women on the Move Leadership Day held Sept. 26 at Radio City Music Hall, we’re highlighting the wisdom of our powerful colleagues, as they discuss women, the workplace and their advice for rising stars.
Marianne Lake, Chief Executive Officer of Consumer Lending
Mary Erdoes, CEO, Asset and Wealth Management
Thasunda Duckett, CEO, Consumer Bank
Stacey Friedman, Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Liz Myers, Head of Global Equity Capital Markets, J.P. Morgan
Joyce Chang, Global Head of Research, J.P. Morgan
Jennifer Piepszak, Chief Financial Officer