JPMorgan Chase was a lead sponsor of EmTech Next, an annual event centered around the future of work and the modern workplace. This year’s conference focused on creating a resilient and adaptable organization through agile leadership and flexible technology and finding today’s opportunities hidden in the technologies of tomorrow. The sponsorship is part of the firm’s relationship with MIT Technology Review.
Ali Marano, Managing Director, Global Head of Tech for Social Good and Firmwide Head of Emerging Talent at JPMorgan Chase, discussed how the firm continues to evolve the workplace value proposition through innovation and social impact work that creates programming and services, placing purpose at the center for talent, customers, and communities. Employees today want to make a meaningful impact and know that the company where they work and do business also does good for clients and society and through Tech for Social Good, the firm is uniting employees through purpose and skills-driven engagement.
“We focus on helping JPMorgan Chase be a good corporate citizen, but also trying to engage our staff in very experiential ways, as well as our clients and customers, and connecting them to their philanthropic interests. It brings a sense of community,” said Marano.
As part of the firm’s focus on skilled volunteerism, Tech for Social Good helps lift up communities around the world through the power of people and technology. The program applies resources and technology skills to create sustainable solutions for nonprofit organizations. It also establishes a culture of continuous learning and development while giving back to the community.
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