Seattle Foundation CEO Phyllis Campbell is stepping down at the end of the month to become chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s Pacific Northwest business. A...
Seattle Foundation CEO Phyllis Campbell is stepping down at the end of the month to become chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Pacific Northwest business. A formal announcement by the bank is pending.
Campbell is a lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest, where she earned her bachelor’s degree from WSU and MBA from UW.
Campbell, who has headed Seattle’s largest community foundation for the last six years, will become the bank’s senior executive in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. JPMorgan Chase acquired Washington Mutual’s banking operations last September.
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