CAA NYC Fall Reception
Registration closes Friday, September 29, 2023 at 9 am (Eastern)

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The reception is free but open only to dues-paying CAA members. Due to space limitations, we can only allow 150 members to register. No guests permitted.
Please be sure to contact Andrea at if you have registered for the event but find that you will not be able to attend. 
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We look forward to seeing you on October 2nd.
Look Who's Coming [106 alumni as of Thursday, September 28, 2023 at 7:50 p(Eastern)]  
* Indicates new member
Bob Adams
Daniel Alvarez
Hossein Amir-Aslani*
Bill Ayers*
Jean Marc Bara
Jonathan Baum*
Carter Booth
Paul Brandow
Diane Bresee
Nancy Bridgman
Ken Brown
Anne Bush
Santiago Cedron
Henry Chin 
Greg Coleman
Chris Columbus
Catherine Crowley
Tom Cunniff
Elizabeth Davis
Alicia Dee*
David Dempsey
Peter Dodds
John Doyle 
Vicki Elliott
Joel Epstein
Wolfgang Fenkart-Fröschl
Becky Ford 
Steve Friedman
Stan Germond
Ed Grebeck
Cheryl Greenhalgh
Catherine Harnett
Richard Hay
Tom Hayne
Gary Heinze
Ottho Heldring
Paul Hemminger
Chuck Hendrickson
Roxanne Hoffman
Steve Hunter
Joe Igoe
Ken Jablon
Glendy Kam
Christopher Kay*
Karen Keating
Joseph Kelley
Ted Klingos
Bob Krug
Howie Leavitt
Beth Levinsky
John Locher
Tom Lynch
Joe Lyons
Carmelo Macannuco
Charlie Maikish
Anton Mallner
Tom Malone
Robert Matthews 
Ron Mayer
Bob MacAllister
Tom McCarthy
Kathryn McCulloch
Lisa Miller*
Mary Molloy
Jim Mooney
Kathleen Moore
Bill Moran
Lou Morrell
Brad Moulton
Joe Murphy
Judy Neville*
Bruce Northrup
John Nozell
Kathy Ortiz*
Shivraj Pammal
Gene Pickens
Nancy Pierce
Martin Poole
Tom Powers
Ed Regan
Lendo Regan
John Reid
Gene Ret
Mark Riley*
Eileen Robbins
Karl Schmidt
Bob Shurman
Joe Sinzer
Lillian Snower Beacham
Ed Tan 
Ron Tankiewicz
Sanci Tenney
Marie Toulantis
Maria V. Trinidad
Diane Valcic
Philipp von Türk
Lenore vanden Handel
Pat Ward
Keith Washington
David Weisbrod
Muriel Wenger
Ralph White
Steve Wolinsky
Herb Wollowick
Janet Wynn
Steven Yang

Monday, October 2, 2023
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
277 Park Avenue – 17th floor 
(a JPMorgan Chase facility),
on the east side of Park Avenue,
between 47th and 48th streets
(across from JPMC's future HQ,
currently being built).
Stevie Baron
CFO of JPMC's Wealth  
Management, will speak to and then mingle with our group.
J.P. Morgan Wealth Management, which is part of Consumer & Community Banking, provides clients with wealth management and investment services. The business has more than $890B in assets under management, with 5,100 advisors in more than 4,700 branches and 30 offices.
Previously, Baron was Head of Consumer Branch Banking at Chase, where he was responsible for 41,000 employees and all sales and service across Chase's 4,700+ branches. Prior to this, he was Head of National Sales & Support for Consumer Bank and Chase Wealth Management. In this role, he was responsible for all Consumer Banking and Chase Wealth Management branch behaviors. Before that, Baron was Head of Business Development within National Sales, focused on collaboration across all lines of business within Chase and was also Head of Chase Private Client for several years.
Prior to joining Chase, Stevie spent seven years in J.P. Morgan Asset & Wealth Management (AWM) in a variety of roles. He worked on the Global Investments Opportunity desk supporting ultra-high-net-worth individuals and prior to that, worked for the CEO of AWM performing a key advisory and coordinating role, developing strategic and financial initiatives for the business.
Baron holds a BA from Cornell University and sits on the boards of YearUp and BAI. He lives in Manhattan with his wife, son and two daughters.


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The evening will double as the annual meeting of the Chase Alumni Association, at which attendees will formalize the election of the CAA Board, including three new members.
There will also be door prizes, including signed copies of Chase Alumnus Ralph White's Getting Out of Saigon.
Many thanks to JPMC for hosting the event.
You must be a dues-paying member of the Chase Alumni Association to attend, and though there is no charge, you must pre-register.
To become a dues-paying member or renew your membership, please click here.