Amy Davidsen

Amy Davidsen is director of the JPMorgan Chase Office of Environmental Affairs, which was created in 2004 to establish global policies and procedures regarding environmental issues and to increase the company's focus on the environment. The office also guides the firm's use of resources and the management of environmental issues related to global business activities. Davidsen has nearly 20 years of banking experience, most recently as part of Global Philanthropic Services for JPMorgan's Private Bank. Her particular areas of expertise included advising global clients on philanthropic efforts directed toward the environment, micro-credit, human rights and venture philanthropy. Davidsen has held positions auditing the firm's international loan portfolio, managing the banking relationships of domestic financial institutions, and advising not-for-profits, law firms and individual clients on their financial needs. From 1988 to 1990, she was the finance manager of Women's World Banking, an international not-for-profit dedicated to providing women access to credit. Davidsen holds a B.A. in mathematics from Brown University.