America On Tech announced the appointment of Lauren Hunter, Executive Director at JPMorgan Chase & Co., to its board of directors.
About Lauren Hunter
Lauren Hunter is an Executive Director at JPMorgan Chase and Head of the Chase Consumer Bank Affluent Marketing team. In her current role, Ms. Hunter leads marketing strategy and client experience for the Consumer Bank’s two affluent relationship products - Chase Private Client and Sapphire Banking.
Prior to this Ms. Hunter was a Program Owner on the Consumer & Community Banking Marketing Innovation team. In that role, she developed the strategy and client experience for the new Snapshot feature in the Chase mobile banking app that gives customers a quick daily rundown of their transactions and personalized financial trends. Formerly, she led business development and strategic partnerships for Chase Marketing and served as a Vice President on the Chase Sapphire credit card team. Ms. Hunter also participated in JPMorgan Chase’s highly selective two-year management associate program (MAP). During the program, Ms. Hunter completed rotations across various functions and geographies, working in Asset Management Retirement Solutions, Corporate Investment Bank EMEA Communications in London, Middle Market Technology Banking and Corporate Strategy & Process Improvement.
Ms. Hunter holds joint degrees from Syracuse University - a MBA from the Whitman School of Management and a MS in Media Management from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. She completed her undergraduate studies at Vassar College where she received a BA in Film Studies.
Why did you get involved with America On Tech?
I strongly believe in America on Tech’s mission to prepare the next generation of technology leaders. Professionally, I’ve had an opportunity to work on various innovation projects at JPMorgan Chase, whereby I've seen firsthand the importance tech plays in creating products and solutions for customers. I became involved with American on Tech because I was impressed and inspired by the impact their programs have on students and communities.
What legacy do you hope to leave as a member of the board?
As an organization, America on Tech is at a key growth phase. I’d like to leave a lasting legacy by helping increase awareness of the organization and grow their national profile.
What do you hope for the future success of America On Tech's students?
I believe that creating a pathway for students in tech will afford them professional opportunities in numerous industries. More importantly, tech and big data can create solutions at a population level and not just an individual level; thus allowing AOT’s students an opportunity to make a more sizable and lasting impact.
About America On Tech
America On Tech (AOT) is an award-winning nonprofit organization on a mission to prepare the next generation of technology leaders by creating pathways into degrees and careers in technology. AOT's work has received national media attention in Forbes, CNN, TechCrunch and other publications for its resounding success in developing diverse tech talent pipelines. To learn more about America On Tech, please visit americaontech.org.