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Alice Rodriquez

January 1, 2019

2006 – Dallas, Texas

Alice Rodriguez is the Executive Vice President and the Region Branch Executive for Texas-JPMorgan Chase responsible for the Chase branch network consisting of 360 branches in Texas with over 4,200 employees. She manages $30 billion in total retail, small business and investment assets. In the 19 years that Alice has been with the bank, she has had extensive experience in regional, district and branch management. She is a graduate of Leadership Dallas, has attended the Aspen Institute, and holds a BBA in Management from Pan American University in Brownsville, Texas. Obstacles and barriers rarely stand up to Alice’s formidable winning spirit and organizational talents. From being the first in her family to achieve a college degree, to the challenges in early years of being a single parent, she knows the value of staying focused and setting daily, weekly and monthly goals. She values diver-sity- bringing different talents and experiences to the table- and sees it as a way to exceed expectations. She expects the best from herself and accepts nothing less from those around her. Alice has been instrumental in helping to develop the JPMorgan Chase’ Women’s Business Initiative, a state-wide program in Texas designed to serve the financial and banking needs of women in business. A trailblazer, mentor, and role model for girls and women throughout her life, Alice has received numerous community awards and recognitions. These include the Girls, Inc., “She Knows Where She’s Going” Award and the Phoenix Award for Woman Advocate of the Year from the U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce. She serves on the Advisory Board of JPMorgan Chase-Dallas and is a Board Member and Treasurer of the DOWNTOWN DALLAS Association. Alice is a member of the new American Alliance, the Dallas Summit and the Hispanic 100. She is past board member of the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Center for Nonprofit Management.