Urban Financial Services Coalition invites you to a special session featuring Sekou Kaalund, JP Morgan Chase Managing Director and Head of Advancing Black Pathways, Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 6:30 pm, est. Mr. Kaalund will give an overview of the Advancing Black Pathways Program and how it is expanding economic opportunity for black people.
Making the economy work for more people is a key focus for JPMorgan Chase. As part of that mission JPMorgan Chase launched Advancing Black Pathways—an initiative that builds on their existing efforts to help the black community chart stronger paths towards economic success and empowerment. JPMorgan Chase believes it is uniquely positioned to marshal their resources to help address some of the persistent challenges facing the black community. Everyone deserves the opportunity to participate in economic growth. That’s JP Morgan Chase is providing more support for the black community in their pursuit of educational, career, business and personal financial success. Advancing Black Pathways combines JPMorgan Chase’s business and philanthropic resources to focus on three pathways to accelerate economic empowerment and opportunity for the black community.
Date: Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Time: 6:30 pm, EDT.
Location: Virtual and hosted on ZOOM
Recorded: Yes, this call will be recorded.
Register here at https://UFSCAdvancingBlackPathways.eventbrite.com
Sekou Kaalund is Head of Advancing Black Pathways, a JPMorgan Chase program aimed at helping black people, families and businesses share fully in economic growth. Prior to this role, Kaalund served for 11 years in JPMorgan’s Corporate and Investment Bank in numerous leadership positions—including as Head of U.S. Pension Fund Coverage and as a senior relationship manager for some of the firm’s largest clients. Kaalund joined J.P. Morgan in 2007 as Managing Director and Global Head of Sales for Private Equity and Real Estate Fund Services. Kaalund also held leadership roles at Citi, including Head of Strategy for the Securities and Funds Services Group and Head of Strategic Initiatives for the Consumer Lending Group.
Kaalund began his career at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and was a Commissioned Bank Examiner. Kaalund earned a Master’s of Public Policy from Duke University and a Bachelor’s from Hampden-Sydney College. He currently serves on the board of INROADS and the Public Policy and International Affairs Program. His previous board services include the Duke University School of Public Policy, New York City Parks Foundation, and the Council of Urban Professionals (CUP). He is a member of the Executive Leadership Council, Truman National Security Program, and the Aspen Institute Vanguard Society, where he serves on the Advisory.
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