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Amelia Wright Brewer

Amelia is currently an Executive Director at JPMorgan Chase, where she leads the Field Strategy Performance Management Team within the Wholesale Payments group.

J.P. Morgan Wholesale Payments (WPS) provides cash management, liquidity, commercial card, foreign exchange and escrow solutions to clients across the world. Teams are constantly innovating, using the latest technology and data analytics to deliver specialized solutions to help clients grow and streamline their businesses. The organization combines four lines of business: Merchant Services, Treasury Services, Commercial Card and Trade Finance to help clients manage working capital and increase operational efficiency.

The Field Strategy Performance Management Team sits within the Wholesale Payments Product Delivery Group (WPPD) and supports all WPS businesses. The Field Strategy Performance Management Team’s core objective is to manage the performance and ensure the success of client-facing employees (Business Development and Relationship Management). As a Business Management function, key responsibilities include managing Performance Scorecards & Goals, Incentive Compensation, Reporting & Analytics, Rewards & Controls/Governance.

Amelia is a management executive with over 20 years of experience in Sales Strategy, Marketing, Operations and Product Management. Prior to joining JPMorgan Chase, Amelia worked at America Express as the Director of Marketing in the Global Merchant Services and the Global Commercial Card Groups. Before her time at American Express, Amelia was the Manager of Product Strategy and Development at Price Waterhouse Cooper’s (PWC) PRTM Management Consultants. Prior to PWC, Amelia worked for Texas Instruments as a Technical Sales Representative.

Amelia is a graduate of Howard University (BSEIE) and received her MBA from The Wharton School of Business at The University of Pennsylvania. Amelia is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., the Abyssinian Baptist Church, and she currently serves on the Board of the non-profit organization, SUS – Services for the Underserved, and the Board of Trustees for The Cathedral School of St. John the Divine. Amelia has been recognized with esteemed awards including the 2015 JPMorgan Commercial Card Crown Signature Award and the 2019 Harlem Y Black Achievers in Industry Award. Born and raised in Conway, South Carolina,  Amelia currently divides her time between New York City and San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and daughter.