Dina Dublon is a member of the boards of PepsiCo and Accenture and of Deutsche Bank supervisory board. She is a trustee of Carnegie Mellon University and on the Advisory Council of Columbia Medical School Cancer Research. She served on the board of Microsoft 2005-2014 and was on the faculty of Harvard Business School for the academic year of 2011-12. She was co-chair of the Women’s refugee Commission and on the board of Global Fund for Women.
Ms. Dublon was until the end of 2004 Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of JPMorgan Chase, responsible for global financial management and related operations, strategy and acquisitions, corporate treasury, tax and investor relations. She played a key role in negotiations and merger integration of Chemical Bank with Manufacturers Hanover, Chase, JPMorgan, and Bank One.
Prior to joining the bank, Ms. Dublon worked at the Harvard Business School and at Bank Hapoalim in Israel.
She was on the Fortune list of the 50 most powerful women in business for several years and has been honored as a “Woman Who Makes a Difference” by many organizations. She is an active advocate for women’s issues ranging from professional women to issues facing refugee women.
Born in Brazil, Ms. Dublon holds a Bachelor’s degree in economics and mathematics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and a Master’s degree from the Business School at Carnegie Mellon University. She is married and has two adult children.