Vice President, Marketing Manager, Global Supplier Diversity, JPMorgan Chase & Co

“This attitude has led to many interesting and successful opportunities, and equipped me for the career I’ve built most recently.

Over the last decade, connections between people have been an integral part of my work. As a marketing and business development executive for a minority-owned printing company, I was tasked with creating connections with supplier diversity officers at corporations across the country.


During my time at a non-profit, minority business advocacy organization, my work centered around creating opportunities for our corporate members to connect with potential suppliers in the interest of doing business.  Now that I am in a corporate supplier diversity role, I am part of a team that seeks out business connections with diverse business owners.”

Jill Davis Kone has over 20 years experience as a marketing professional working in a variety of industries at companies such as 1-800-flowers, world color, columbia business school, the new york & new jersey minority supplier development council, and currently – jpmorgan chase. Before joining the Supplier Diversity team at JPMorgan Chase, Jill served as Director of Corporate Services at the New York & New Jersey Minority Supplier Development Council where she doubled the organization’s corporate membership, and significantly increased member engagement and participation in Council events.

Before the Council, Jill was Vice President of Marketing & Business Development at The MATLET Group, the nation’s largest minority owned commercial printing company.

She raised the profile of The MATLET Group’s corporate brand, taking it from an unknown name in its industry and marketplace to being a recognized entity.

Additionally, she developed, edited and produced New York City Highlights, a local start-up publication, from the ground up. It was one of the first local guides dedicated to helping visitors to Harlem, NY find historical sites, dining, shopping and special events in the area. She has also served on the editorial advisory board of the Episcopal New Yorker, the official publication of the Episcopal Diocese of New York.

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