Alice Rodriguez
Chairwoman of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Keynote Speaker


Managing Director, Head of JPMC Community Impact

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Alice Rodriguez has over 30 years of extensive banking experience with JPMorgan Chase and its predecessors. She has held executive positions in Business Banking, Consumer Banking and Wealth Management. Her most current role is Head of JPMC Community Impact Organization. 

She provides strategic counsel and serves an integral leadership role in community engagement initiatives and localization strategy. In this capacity, Alice collaborates with Corporate Responsibility to bring together the best of business, philanthropy and policy efforts to drive inclusive economic growth. Alice leads the Community Impact team that is driving the firm’s a $30B commitment to advancing racial equity.

A trailblazer in her field, Alice has a natural tenacity, tempered with a steadied approach in both life and business. In a career spanning three decades, she has put people and purpose first, supporting community efforts beyond her corporate responsibilities. A lifelong commitment to minority-driven causes has earned her numerous board appointments and accolades including her current role as Chairwoman of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

  • Chairwoman, United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • Board Member/Treasurer, Avance North Texas
  • Board Member, Momentous Institute
  • Hispanic 100, Former President
  • New America Alliance, Former Board Member
  • Center for Nonprofit Management, Former Board Member
  • Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Former Board Member
  • Member of Texas Lyceum, Dallas Summit
  • Girl Scouts of North Texas Women of Distinction Award (2020)
  • Latino Leaders Maestro Award (2019)
  • Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA) “Top 50 Most Powerful Latina Women in Corporate America” (2017, 2018, 2019)
  • Distinguished Alumni Recipient, University of Texas-RGV (2017)
  • Southwest Jewish Congress “Inspiring Women of the Southwest” Award (2010)
  • Distinguished Women’s Series Award from Northwood University (2010)
  • Minority Business Leader Award from the Dallas Business Journal (2009)
  • YWCA of New York, “Academy of Women Leaders” Award (2008)
  • Hispanic Business magazine, “Corporate Elite” (2007)
  • Maura “Women Helping Women” Award (2007)
  • Girls Inc., “She knows Where She’s Going” Award (2006)
  • Hispanic Lifestyle magazine Latina of Influence
  • Named “Corporate Elite” by Hispanic Business magazine

Featured twice in Working Mother magazine.

Alice holds a BBA in Management from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Her professional investment licenses include series 7, 9, 10 and 66.