JPMorgan Chase Awarded Women’s Network in Electronic Transactions (WNET) Corporate Diversity Champion Award at Money 20/20 Conference

Press Release
October 24, 2018

For Outstanding Commitment to Diversity, Respect, and Inclusion, JPMorgan Chase Honored with Wnet’s Highest Corporate Award at Money 20/20 Conference in Las Vegas


Las Vegas—Oct. 24, 2018—The Women’s Network in Electronic Transactions (Wnet), the premier not for profit professional organization for women in the payments and financial services, today awarded JPMorgan Chase with the Wnet Corporate Diversity Champion Award. The award is the highest honor that Wnet can give to a member of payments community and honors a Wnet corporate member who has made an outstanding contribution to the diversity, vibrancy, and well-being of the community.
 

Wnet's Executive Director Lisl Dutterer presented the award to JPMorgan Chase at the opening of Wnet's Money 20/20 panel session titled  Research Proves a Positive Correlation: Diversity to Bottom Line in Las Vegas.

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“Women in leadership roles in our industry are driving innovation and  creating new opportunities for growth and we are proud of this great recognition,” said Kim Fitzsimmons, Head of Merchant Services, Large Corporate Sales, at JPMorgan Chase.
 

The Corporate Diversity Champion Award recognizes that diversity is an inclusive concept and encompasses, without limitation, gender, race, color, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion, nationality, age, disability, and marital and parental status.
 

“We are thrilled to award JPMorgan Chase with this year’s Corporate Diversity Champion Award, as the company actively embodies inclusion, respect and diversity, and these traits are present in their company culture and reinforced by individual leaders at JPMorgan Chase,” said Dutterer. “A diverse team of talented payments professionals is central to the success of every payments company. With greater diversity, we are more creative, effective and profitable.  We can command more varied perspectives, experiences, backgrounds, talents, and interests.”
 

About the Women's Network in Electronic Transactions (Wnet)

Women's Network in Electronic Transactions (Wnet) brings the world's most respected and accomplished leaders and rising stars together within one organization dedicated to mentoring, educating, connecting and empowering women across the payment industry. Wnet's world-class national and regional programming helps members achieve greater personal success, influence and professional parity. Founded in 2005, Wnet is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization serving more than 2,000 women in payments annually. More information about national and regional events, programming and membership can be found at www.Wnetonline.org.