Sponsored by JPMorgan Chase's Advancing Black Pathways and produced by Black Enterprise, the podcast series highlights insights, initiatives and strategies from leading professionals to help African Americans build wealth and advance their businesses
Strategies for Building Multi-Generational Wealth
The racial wealth gap continues to persist. Reversing the trend requires financial education and long-term financial planning, among other tools. Racquel Oden, Managing Director and Head of National Sales, JP Morgan Chase Consumer Bank and Yanely Espinal, Director of Educational Outreach at Next Gen Personal Finance, share how Blacks and Latinos can design a multigenerational wealth plan.
How Black Executives Can Develop Skills for The Future of Work
How Black Executives Can Develop Skills for The Future of Work by Black Enterprise Digital Media
How Chase Partners With Black Banks To Drive Entrepreneurship with Leah Abraham
Through partnership with Black financial institutions, the nation’s largest bank provides vital resources to underserved communities and helps close the racial wealth gap
Lawrence Bailey on Expanding Inclusion and Financial Health for Black Communities and Consumers
In this exclusive interview, Lawrence Bailey, head of Community Banking & Business Development, reveals Chase Bank’s strategies to introduce products and tools to meet customer needs and help them develop financially healthy habits
Cerita Battles on JPMorgan Chase’s Commitment to Expanding Homeownership
Cerita Battles, Managing Director and Head of Affordable Lending Strategy, shares what JPMorgan Chase is doing to lessen the racial wealth gap through homeownership by expanding access for Black and Latinx families
Byna Elliott on How Advancing Black Pathways Seeks to Close the Racial Wealth Gap
In this exclusive interview, Byna Elliott, the new head of JP Morgan Chase’s Advancing Black Pathways, shares her bold initiatives to expand entrepreneurship, increase homeownership and rebuild communities.