The Columbus Dispatch: JPMorgan Chase invests $1.5 million in initiative for women of color

August 18, 2022

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JPMorgan Chase is supporting an initiative to prepare women of color to change systems in Columbus. The financial institution has invested $1.5 million in an “equity design” institute, which will train women of color to develop solutions for challenges that could include anything from housing insecurity to lack of access to childcare. The institute is the brainchild of LC Johnson, founder and CEO of Zora’s House, and Kelley Griesmer, president and CEO of the Women’s Fund of Central Ohio.

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