Advancing Black Pathways Announced At Howard University

JPMorgan Chase to Announce New Diversity Initiative During Special Event at Howard

JPMorgan Chase announces a new initiative that create economic opportunity for black Americans. Advancing Black Pathways will focus on three pillars, including, wealth, education and careers.  The event included two fireside chats. The first, featuring brothers Caylin Newton, Howard University sophomore and quarterback for the Howard University football team, and Cameron Newton, quarterback for the Carolina Panthers. The second, featuring Maverick Carter, CEO of SpringHill Entertainment and its athlete empowerment company UNINTERRUPTED and U.S. Congresswoman Joyce Beatty.

(L to R) Maverick Carter, CEO of SpringHill Entertainment, Thasunda Duckett, CEO Chase Consumer Banking, Debbi Jarvis, SVP, Corporate Relations, Howard University, Caylin Newton, Howard University sophomore and quarterback for the Howard University football team, Cameron Newton, Quarterback, The Carolina Panthers.

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