Head of Global Philanthropy
Dalila Wilson-Scott is a Managing Director and Head of Global Philanthropy at JPMorgan Chase & Co., a global leader in corporate philanthropy with over $210 million annually invested in communities and non-profit organizations across 40 countries, spanning six continents. Ms. Wilson-Scott has been with the firm for over fifteen years, and brings nearly a decade of leadership strategy and experience to firm-wide philanthropic initiatives, community partnerships, and civic engagement. During her tenure as President, Ms. Wilson-Scott has spearheaded signature programs such as The New Skills at Work initiative, the firm's $250 million commitment to closing the skills gap; The Small Business Forward initiative, a $30 million commitment to small business clusters; The Financial Solutions Lab, a $30 million commitment to innovative solutions to help consumers increase savings, improve credit, and build assets; and The Fellowship Initiative (TFI), JPMC’s proprietary enrichment program that includes academic, social and emotional support to help young men of color achieve personal and professional success. TFI has launched in New York City, LA and Chicago, and is recognized by the White House's My Brother's Keeper movement. Ms. Wilson-Scott is an integral part of the team that invested $100 million in an effort to spur Detroit's economic recovery. She also oversees employee engagement and volunteerism and plays a key role in helping to set the firm’s overall Corporate Responsibility strategy. Prior to joining the Office of Corporate Responsibility, Ms. Wilson-Scott served as a key member of the firm’s Corporate Merger Office’s task force charged with managing the integration of JPMorgan Chase and Bank One, one of the largest and most significant mergers in the financial services industry. Before this role, she was a Senior Strategic Planning Director focused on evaluating new business initiatives and acquisition opportunities for the retail and commercial banking businesses. Ms. Wilson-Scott serves on the Board of Directors of GuideStar, and is a member of The Conference Board’s Contributions Council and Global Social Investing Council. Ms. Wilson-Scott holds an M.B.A. in Finance and Management from New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business and a B.A. in Economics from NYU's College of Arts and Science. She resides in Northern New Jersey with her husband, S. Christopher Scott and their three children.