Jacqueline Campbell

Advisor development program manager, Chase Wealth Management

When Jacqueline Campbell entered the industry as a high school co-op student, she followed her parents' important advice: "You get more bees with honey."

When Jacqueline Campbell entered the industry as a high school co-op student, she followed her parents' important advice: "You get more bees with honey."

This approach helped her attain continued success throughout her 25-year career, including earning her the title of "Top Performing Manager" five times.

"I can stand my ground, but I'm always honest, direct and respectful," said Ms. Campbell, recently named program manager for Chase Wealth Management's advisor development program, where she is focused on attracting and developing diverse talent.

She joined JPMorgan Chase in 2002 and most recently was market director for wealth management at JPMorgan Securities.

Having only recently earned a college degree, her steady corporate rise also has been helped by having the right certifications and consistently strong results.

In recognition of the career path available to non-college graduates in financial sales, she is very involved in Year-Up, a national nonprofit that provides skills training and internships to at-risk youth ages 18 to 24.

Ms. Campbell empathizes with the participants.

"I know what it's like to have a different background and no similar education as your peers," she said.

— Deborah Nason

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