Alice Rodriguez is the Business Banking Executive responsible for Chase business clients in the state of California. She manages more than 600 employees, $9.5 Billion in business deposits and $2.0 billion in business loans for clients with annual sales up to $20 million. Alice has 26 years of extensive banking experience with JPMorgan Chase and it predecessors, starting in her native Texas. She is a graduate of Leadership Dallas and has attended the Aspen Institute. She holds a BA in Management from the University of Texas at Brownsville.Active in the community and as an established leader at JPMorgan Chase, Alice has been recognized with awards and in the press, including:� Girls, Inc. �She Knows Where She�s Going� Award� Phoenix Award for Woman Advocate of the Year from the U S Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce� Distinguished Women�s Series Award from Northwood University � 2007 recipient of the Maura Women Helping Women Award which recognizes women who use their abilities to help other women. � 2007 finalist for the Ernst & Young Celebrating Diversity Award� Named 2007 Corporate Elite by Hispanic Business Magazine� Featured twice in Working Mother�s Magazine� 2008 Academy of Women Leaders Award from the YWCA of New York� Minority Business Leader Award from the Dallas Business Journal - 2009� 2010 recipient �Inspiring Women of the Southwest� Award, Southwest Jewish CongressAs part of her commitment to leadership and her community, Alice has served on the following boards: Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, The Center for Non-profit Management, DOWNTOWN Dallas and Advisory board member of AVANCE, Ursuline Academy of Dallas Foundation, The Women�s Museum, and the New America Alliance. She is also a member of the Hispanic 100, Texas Lyceum, the Dallas Assembly and the Dallas Summit.
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