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Jenny Kim Park

Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Bank of America


Jenny Kim Park is the Chief Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Officer for Bank of America. She serves as the chief strategist for D&I focused programs, initiatives and policies that help drive Responsible Growth for the company.

 

In this role, Jenny is a member of the Global Human Resources leadership team. She leads a team who supports enterprise-wide diversity initiatives, diversity conferences, strategic partner management and sponsorships, diversity awards and recognition, inclusion learning, diversity metrics and data reporting, and oversight to the employee networks for more than 230,000 memberships across the globe.

 

Since joining the bank in 2018, Jenny has held several roles including head of D&I for Global Technology, Operations, Global Strategy & Enterprise Platforms and Staff Support Functions (CAO, CFO, Audit, Legal, Risk), which together represent more than half of the company’s employees. Prior to that, Jenny was head of Human Resources for Global Transaction Services (GTS) and Global Equities. She was also an advisor to the GTS Social Economic Action Council and the Breakthrough Lab Accelerator program for early stage, pre-seed startups with fintech or financial inclusion products, services, or ideas.

 

Before joining Bank of America, Jenny led human resources for HSBC global markets and payments businesses in Latin America, and the Americas more broadly.

 

Jenny is a member of several of the Bank’s employee network groups, including Co-Executive Sponsor of the Asian Leadership Network and is part of the enterprise Asian Advisory Council. She has represented the company at many forums and conferences hosted by The Conference Board, The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Black Women Talk Tech, the Philadelphia’s Women’s Conference and the Asian American Business Council, among others.

 

Jenny holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from San Francisco State University. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and two children.



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