Jocelyn Doe was elected to the Board in 2012, and she is also involved in the Education grant round and the Partner Advisory Board.
Jocelyn is Executive Director and Senior Client Advisor with J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Palo Alto. Jocelyn is responsible for delivering the Firm’s wealth management capabilities to families in Silicon Valley. She serves on the Bank’s National Advisory Council and is an Ambassador of the Firm.
Prior to her current role, Jocelyn spent 15 years as an investment banker, most recently with Lehman/Nomura in Hong Kong, as Managing Director and head of Asian Technology Equity Capital Markets. She also served on the corporate board of Fidelity Investment’s operations in South Korea. Prior to Lehman, Jocelyn lead managed over 100 technology financings at Morgan Stanley in New York and Menlo Park. She started her career at Kidder, Peabody and Smith Barney in New York.
Jocelyn graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in Economics and Political Science and an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Business.
Jocelyn lives in Palo Alto with her husband, Edward. She is on the Board of the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art and a Co-Founder of Women’s Achievement and Network Development Alliance (WANDA), a financial literacy and savings program for single working mothers in Silicon Valley.