Financial Management For Young Adults w/ Daniel Clarke
Adulting can be hard—especially when it comes to money management. But building a firm foundation early in life can have far-reaching results well into old age. In this workshop, finance and banking professional Daniel Clarke will teach you the basics you need to build the financial future you deserve.
This event is open to community members ages 18-30. For more information, contact Àraien Bascome (they/he) at firstname.lastname@example.org. To request an accommodation for this event, please contact Àraien via email or by calling 646.556.9292 by April 9.
About Daniel J. Clarke
Daniel works with senior leaders and key stakeholders across JPMorgan Chase on intern placement strategy, intern training, and manager support. He oversees the firm’s partnerships with Paul Quinn College and the nonprofit organization Year Up, to assist alumni with professional development, career mobility, and awareness of the many resources available to them at JPMorgan Chase.
Beginning his career as a Part Time Teller at Dime Savings Bank, Daniel worked his way up to Assistant Branch Manager. In 2008 he started with JPMorgan Chase and was promoted to Branch Manager. He assumed the role of Program Manager for Year Up in January 2017, and accountability for Paul Quinn in October 2019. Today, Daniel is an active participant with the firm’s Business Resource Groups. He is also Development Co-Chair for PRIDE North America (NAMR), where he works with PRIDE chapters across the U.S. on professional development programming.
Daniel holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management from Adelphi University and currently lives in Addison, Texas. His father is from Curacao and his mother is from Montserrat, two small islands in the Caribbean. In his free time, he likes dining out, travel, music, and studying meteorology.
Friday, April 16, 2021
12-1 p.m. ET via Zoom