Alice Rodriguez: Putting Equity into Action

Episode Description:

After a remarkable 30-plus year career at the largest U.S. bank, JPMorgan Chase, Alice Rodriguez was called upon to lead its recently announced $30 billion initiative providing economic opportunities for underserved communities, especially Black and Latinx communities, over the next five years as Head of Community Practices, Engagement and Inclusion. Daughter of an immigrant and current chairwoman for the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Alice shares insights about her perspective and goals for supporting underserved communities across the country.

Speaker Bio:

Alice Rodriguez has more than 30 years of extensive banking experience with JPMorgan Chase and its predecessors, starting in her native Texas. Alice holds a BBA in Management from the University of Texas at Brownsville. A few of her many community and business leadership recognitions include Hispanic Lifestyle Magazine’s Latina of Influence, Hispanic Business Magazine’s Corporate Elite, and Northwood University’s Distinguished Women’s Series Award. Northwood University. Alice is married and has a blended family of seven children.