Antonio Manning Antonio Manning is regional manager for the west and southwest regions for JPMorgan Chase Global Philanthropy Group, where he is responsible for managing philanthropic and community relations.
His previous experience includes service as first vice president and regional grants manager for Washington Mutual's (now JPMorgan Chase) Community and External Affairs Division.
In this capacity, he managed community relations and company corporate contributions in affordable housing, community development and educational reform initiatives in the State of California.
Prior to joining WaMu, he served as the western regional director of the Fannie Mae Foundation for an 11-state region.
Manning is a founding member of African-Americans in Philanthropy Southern California, the commissioner for the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority and an advisory board member of the Blazers Youth Service Organization.
Manning attended the University of Southern California and is a native of Los Angeles.
Byron K. Reed Byron K. Reed is Senior Vice President and Director of Wells Fargo's
Los Angeles Metropolitan Region, Community Development Group.
He has over 29 years of banking experience including working for institutions such as Bank of America, Bank One and JPMorgan Chase.
His depth of experience includes retail banking, client trust services; consumer, small business and commercial lending, government relations, community development; global and corporate philanthropy; and most recently, consumer real estate.
Reed serves on numerous boards, which include appointments to the UCLA School of Public Affairs Advisory Board
, Los Angeles Police Foundation
, the Pat Brown Institute
, Urban League of Los Angeles
, Big Brothers
of Greater Los Angeles, and the United States Community Development Corporation
He has a bachelor's degree in political science/public administration with a minor in business finance from the University of Oklahoma.