Sarah Bainton Kahn is Vice President and Community Relations Manager in the Office of Nonprofit Engagement at JPMorgan Chase. In this position, she collaborates with strategic nonprofits that are involved in advocacy and thought leadership to support low and moderate income communities. Prior to joining the firm, Sarah worked at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. During that time, she helped start the Office of Financial Empowerment and developed and managed the Bureau’s work related to financial coaching and access to credit for economically vulnerable consumers. Before her time at the CFPB, Sarah was the Program Manager for Financial Stability at Goodwill Industries International. She has also worked for the National League of Cities where she focused on the Bank On Cities Campaign, an effort to connect underserved consumers to lower-risk financial products and services, and for U.S. Senator Jack Reed. Sarah has a dual undergraduate degree in Sociology and Spanish from Villanova University, and a dual Master’s degree in Social Work and Policy from the University of Pennsylvania. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband and two sons.