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Valerie I. Rainford

Managing Director

Chase

HQ Phone:  (212) 270-6000

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Chase

270 Park Avenue

New York City, New York,10017

United States

Company Description

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2 trillion and operations in more than 60 countries. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers, small business and commercial bankin... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Contributor

The Network Journal


Publisher

Elloree Press , LLC.


Senior Leader

Federal Reserve Bank of New York


Affiliations

Executive Leadership Council

Member


Corporate and Investment Bank

Member of Black Executive Forum


JPMC Global Diversity Council

Member


BWOI

co-Founder


Diversity Council

Founder


Women

Founder


Education

B.A.

economics

Fordham University


Web References(24 Total References)


www.diversitywoman.com

Valerie Rainford is Deputy Head of Diversity and head of the Advancing Black Leaders strategy.
Partnering with the Operating Committee, head of Diversity and head of Talent, she executes the strategy to deliver increased focus to attract, hire, retain and advance black talent at all levels of the organization. As a proven leader of transformational change with a record of driving execution across multiple, complex lines of business, Valerie brings tremendous substance to her role - including broad executive experience amassed during her 30-year career at JPMorgan and other firms. Previous to joining JPMorgan, Valerie worked at the Federal Reserve Bank for 21 years and was their first African-American female to hold a Senior Vice President role. Valerie, a stalwart champion of diversity, has consistently led efforts to strong business results. At JPMorgan, she launched and chaired Chase Home Lending's Diversity Advisory Group introducing diverse slates, served on various Diversity Advisory Councils, and is a member of the firmwide Black Executive Forum. At the FED, Valerie founded their first Diversity Council and employee networking group, and spearheaded hiring of their first Chief Diversity Officer. Valerie is a member of the Executive Leadership Council, co-founder and Board Chair of Black Women of Influence, and a founding member of the Black Women for Black Girls Giving Circle. As a published author, she penned her award-winning memoir Until The Brighter Tomorrow: One Woman's Courageous Climb from the Projects to the Podium. Valerie received a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Fordham University - Rose Hill.


www.blackwomenofinfluence.com [cached]

- Valerie Rainford, Co-Founder - Black Women of Influence (BWOI)


aabusinessroundtable.org

Valerie Rainford is Deputy Head of Diversity and head of the Advancing Black Leaders strategy.
Partnering with the Operating Committee, head of Diversity and head of Talent, she executes the strategy to deliver increased focus to attract, hire,retain and advance black talent at all levels of the organization. As a proven leader of transformational change with a record of driving execution across multiple, complex lines of business, Valerie brings tremendous substance to her role - including broad executive experience amassed during her 30-year career at JPMorgan and other firms. Previous to joining JPMorgan, Valerie worked at the Federal Reserve Bank for 21 years and was their first African-American female to hold a Senior Vice President role. Valerie, a stalwart champion of diversity, has consistently led efforts to strong business results. At JPMorgan, she launched and chaired Chase Home Lending's Diversity Advisory Group introducing diverse slates, served on various Diversity Advisory Councils, and is a member of the firmwide Black Executive Forum. At the FED, Valerie founded their first Diversity Council and employee networking group, and spearheaded hiring of theirfirst Chief Diversity Officer. Valerie is a member of the Executive Leadership Council, co-founder and Board Chair of Black Women of Influence, and a founding member of the Black Women for Black Girls Giving Circle. As a published author, she penned her award-winning memoir Until The Brighter Tomorrow: One Woman's Courageous Climb from the Projects to the Podium. Valerie received a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Fordham University - Rose Hill.


www.stdavidsny.org

The five Women of Distinction were: Sarah E. Cogan partner at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP; Valerie Rainford of JPMorgan Chase; Karen Ross of Sharp Decisions; Deborah Snyder of Accenture; and Tiffany R. Warren of Omnicom Group and ADCOLOR.


www.blackwomenofinfluence.com [cached]

Valerie Rainford
Valerie Rainford is a Managing Director & Operations Executive with JPMorgan Chase. Prior to joining Chase in 2007, Valerie was a senior leader with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York for 21 years. An advocate of diversity and equality in many circles, Valerie is a member of the Chase's Black Leaders Forum as well as the Corporate and Investment Bank's Black Executive Forum. She previously served as Chair of the Chase Mortgage Bank diversity council as well as on Chase's firm wide Global Diversity Council. Valerie's commitment to the community is equally strong. She co-founded the Black Women of Influence (BWOI) network and is a member of the Executive Leadership Council (ELC). Valerie has been widely honored and featured for her professional achievements and community involvement including by the Network Journal magazine as one of "25 Influential Black Women in Business"; by the Harlem YMCA as a "Black Achiever in Industry"; in Black Enterprise magazine as a "Power Player"; and by the Neighborhood Technical Assistance Center for her work in NYC communities.


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