Dina Dublon is board chair emerita of the Women's Refugee Commission. She is on the faculty of the Harvard Business School, and is a director of Accenture, Microsoft and PepsiCo. She is a trustee of Carnegie Mellon University, a board member of the Global Fund for Women and an overseer of the International Rescue Committee.
Ms. Dublon was, until December 2004, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for JPMorgan Chase, the U.S.-based banking company with $1.2 trillion in assets and operations in 50 countries. She joined the company as a trainee on the trading floor in 1981 and over her career there was integral to the negotiation and integration of the mergers of Chemical Bank with Manufacturers Hanover, Chase, JPMorgan and Bank One.
She was on the Fortune list of the 50 most powerful women in business for several years and has been honored by many organizations as a “Woman Who Makes A Difference.” She is an active advocate for women’s issues ranging from professional women to issues facing refugee women.
Ms. Dublon holds a Bachelor's degree in economics and mathematics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and a Master's degree from the business school at Carnegie Mellon University. Prior to joining Chemical Bank, Ms. Dublon worked for the Harvard Business School and previously at Bank Hapoalim in Israel.
Ms. Dublon will be honored at the Women's Refugee Commission's Voices of Courage Awards luncheon on May 4, 2012 for her contributions to the advancement of women’s leadership and rights, in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors. For more information, see here.