Helping 150 women-owned businesses
build, grow and scale their companies.
Women on the Move started as an internal, firm-wide program to empower women employees to grow their careers. In 2018, JPMorgan Chase expanded this commitment externally to fuel all women’s ambitions and advance financial equality. Today, Women on the Move’s key objectives are to help women expand their businesses, improve financial health and accelerate career growth.
In 2019, JPMorgan Chase made a three-year commitment to lend $10 billion to women entrepreneurs by 2021. The firm has surpassed this goal, extending more than $12.7 billion in credit to fuel over 436,000 women-owned businesses. This does not include the support provided to women-owned businesses during the pandemic through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
This program gives fellows access to Luminary’s extensive global community, introductions, workshops, coaching, mentoring and The Luminary Collective, a business marketplace. Fellows will also receive best-in-class thought leadership, opportunities and insights from our partner Chase for Business.
* You must be a Woman Owned or Founded Business (at least 51%).
* You must be at least 18 years of age or older to apply.
* Only one application per business will be reviewed.
* Existing Luminary Members as of 12/1/2021 are not eligible to apply.
*Luminary prioritizes our Community’s health & safety. Click here to learn
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