Stories by Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase & Co. CEO

Opinion

Talent is distributed equally. Opportunity is not.

A view of Detroit.
A view of Detroit. Photo: Cem Ozdel/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

The failure to invest in entrepreneurs of color, especially high-growth startups led by women of color, and in communities outside our major tech hubs is hurting individual entrepreneurs, local economic growth and our country’s future.

  • The news: JPMorgan Chase today will announce an investment of $1 million to support two new programs for high-growth startups founded by women of color: iNTENT Manifesto and digitalundivided, an incubator providing African American and Latina female tech entrepreneurs with business planning, mentoring, and networking (digitalundivided is also supported by the Case Foundation).
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