JPMorgan Chase Builds Platform of Opportunities for Veterans

Mark Elliott, a U.S. Army veteran and experienced business professional, is leading JPMorgan Chase's Office of Military and Veterans Affairs. His focus is on creating opportunities for veteran employees and veteran entrepreneurs.
— By Debra Jenkins

While some companies are only starting veteran-focused programs, JPMorgan Chase has a nearly decade-long history as a leader in establishing best practices for veterans. Under the auspice of the organization's Office of Military and Veterans Affairs, the firm is implementing programs that provide opportunities for veterans as JPMorgan Chase employees and veterans who want to pursue entrepreneurial endeavors.

Mark Elliott, who leads the program, is developing a deeper organizational understanding of the challenges veterans face during their transition experience and creating opportunities in a variety of ways through internal and external efforts. “Veterans have amazing skills that will enhance ...

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