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Johns Hopkins’ inaugural economic development vice president leaves for JPMorgan Chase

December 8, 2022

The Johns Hopkins University’s first vice president for economic development is leaving the role for the JP Morgan Chase philanthropy team. Alicia Wilson, who took the inaugural role in 2019, will become the managing director of JPMorgan Chase’s North American regional philanthropy team by the end of the year. During her time at Hopkins, Wilson led and helped with several initiatives. She oversaw the HopkinsLocal program, which supports local and minority-owned businesses and helps increase the hiring of city residents.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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