Alice Rodríguez

Managing Director, Consumer Bank Advisor
JPMorgan Chase

Alice Rodriguez is a Consumer Bank Senior Advisor and is a critical decision maker as well  as key driver in realizing our vision of helping our clients with financial health.
Alice has over 30 years of extensive banking experience with JPMorgan Chase and its predecessors.  She has held executive positions in Business Banking, Consumer Banking and Wealth Management.   Alice holds a BBA in Management from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.  Her professional investment licenses include series 7, 9, 10 and 66.
As part of her commitment to leadership and her community, Alice has served on numerous boards and has been recognized with several awards and honors as follows:

Hispanic Lifestyle Latina of Influence
Named Corporate Elite by Hispanic Business Magazine
Featured twice in Working Mother’s Magazine
Distinguished Women’s Series Award from Northwood University
Academy of Women Leaders Award from the YWCA of New York
Minority Business Leader Award from the Dallas Business Journal
Recipient “Inspiring Women of the Southwest” Award, Southwest Jewish Congress
Board Member & Incoming Chair United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Selected as a 2017 University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley distinguished alumni
Named one of the top 50 Most Powerful Latina women in corporate America by the Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA) in 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Board Member of Avance
Momentous Board Member
Latino Leaders Maestro Award recipient

Alice is married to Tom Kendall and they have a blended family of seven children & 4 grandchildren.

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 Alice Rodriguez: Putting Equity into Action

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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.

Fighting to Protect Older Americans’ Economic Security

Fighting to Protect Older Americans’ Economic Security

Here we discuss with AARP Foundation’s Lisa Marsh Ryerson and JPMorgan Chase’s Alice Rodríguez the unique financial health challenges faced by older Americans and announce the release of a 6-part video series: Financial Lives After 50: Rethinking the Golden Years from the Financial Health Network and AARP Foundation in collaboration with JPMorgan Chase.