Tosha Tabron is a Relationship Manager for Global Philanthropy at JPMorgan Chase & Co., responsible for leading the firm's philanthropy mission in Michigan across the firm's priority areas: affordable housing, financial capability, economic growth and workforce readiness. JPMorgan Chase and its corporate foundation invest more than $200 million in donations in communities across the globe.
She joins JPMorgan Chase from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, where her grant-making focused on preserving neighborhoods, educating the workforce for 21st century jobs and addressing critical needs such as hunger. She worked for Bank of America through its precedessor companies, in different capacities for 14 years, including serving as a client manager in Commercial Banking and for LaSalle's Community Development Corporation underwriting program related investments.
Mrs. Tabron serves on the board of directors of the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation, Great Lakes Women's Business Council (formerly CEED), Community Development Advocates of Detroit (CDAD), Bank On Detroit, and is a member of The Detroit Regional Workforce Fund steering committee. Mrs. Tabron holds a Masters in Urban Planning focused in Housing and Community Development from Wayne State University and a B.A. in Finance from Grand Valley State University's Seidman School of Business.
Mrs. Tabron graduated from the Detroit Regional Chamber's 35th Leadership Detroit class. She received the Michigan Chronicle Women of Excellence Award in 2010 and was named a Michigan Chronicle 40 under 40 African American Leader in 2014.
She resides in Detroit with her husband, Donald Tabron and their two sons.