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JP Morgan Chase CEO Talks Economic Challenges, Small Business Support at YWCA
By Sentinel News Service
Published August 17, 2016
Jamie Dimon, Faye Washington (CEO YWCA Greater Los Angeles) and Diedra Porche (Chase Market Manager for Business Banking in Los Angeles)

Jamie Dimon, Faye Washington (CEO YWCA Greater Los Angeles) and Diedra Porche (Chase Market Manager for Business Banking in Los Angeles)

Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, visited the YWCA of Greater Los Angeles recently to talk with area small business owners about some of the economic challenges facing the nation and what corporations like JPMorgan Chase are doing to support small businesses.

Myeisha Peguero Gamino (head of Chase philanthropy in Southern California), Charisse Bremond Weaver (CEO Brotherhood Crusade)and Antonio Manning (head of philanthropy in Los Angeles) 

Myeisha Peguero Gamino (head of Chase philanthropy in Southern California), Charisse Bremond Weaver (CEO Brotherhood Crusade)and Antonio Manning (head of philanthropy in Los Angeles)

More than 100 small business owners, primarily African American, were in attendance. Dimon later spoke at a town hall at the Forum in front of 1,000 employees, many of whom volunteered to stuff school supplies into more than 2,000 backpacks for children in Inglewood and other area neighborhoods. The backpacks were donated to the Brotherhood Crusade for distribution.

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