Carolina Jannicelli

Managing Director, Community Impact
JPMorgan Chase

Carolina helps run JPMorgan Chase’s new Community Impact Team, leading the implementation of local strategies for the firm’s $30Bn Path Forward Commitment to advance racial equity. In her role, she works across the firm’s lines of business to integrate strategies based on community input and needs, ensuring impact and progress toward the goal of reducing the racial wealth gap.

Her experience in investment banking covering Latin American companies, and the two decades she spent in private banking, provide Carolina with a deep understanding of the drivers of value and wealth creation; two key drivers of economic equity.

Carolina serves on the Corporate Board of Advisors of UnidosUS and co-chairs the Board of Lineage Project, which brings trauma-sensitive mindfulness practices to young people in need in New York City. She is also a member of the Arts of the Americas Circle at the Americas Society/Council of the Americas.

She has been recognized on ALPFA’s list of 50 Most Powerful Latinas in Business and has recently been named by Latino Leaders magazine among The Top 100 Most Influential Latinas in 2020. She is also on Crain’s New York inaugural 2020 list of Notable Women in Financial Advice.

Carolina obtained her Bachelor’s in Finance and Investments at Babson College, and her Master’s in the History of Art and Design at the Pratt Institute.

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