Joyce Chang is the global head of research at JP Morgan and a member of the bank’s management committee. She has been a member of the Inter-American Dialogue since 2000.

Prior to joining JPMorgan in 1999, Chang was a managing director at Merrill Lynch and Salomon Brothers, where she worked for a decade specializing in emerging markets fixed income research. Before working on Wall Street, she worked for the US Agency for International Development in the Philippines, Jordan, and India.

Chang is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and serves on the boards of Trickle Up and Girls Inc. She is also on the steering committee of J.P. Morgan’s Women’s Network.

Chang has been recognized by American Banker (Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Finance), The Wall Street Journal (Top 50 Women to Watch), Newsweek (Women Leading the Way), Crain’s Business New York (40 Under 40), the Asian American Business Development Council (Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business), and the Women’s Bond Club (Annual Merit Award). In 2014, she received Columbia College’s John Jay Award for distinguished professional achievement.

Chang received her MA from Columbia University and an MPA from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University.