Tosha Tabron is the vice president and program officer for global philanthropy at JPMorgan Chase & Co. In this position, Tabron is responsible for leading the company’s philanthropy mission in Michigan across four priority areas: affordable housing, financial capability, economic growth and workforce readiness.
Prior to her current position, Tabron served as vice president of corporate social responsibility for the Bank of America Charitable Foundation. In this role, she wrote grants focused on preserving neighborhoods, educating the workforce for 21st century jobs, and addressing critical needs such as hunger.
Tabron is an alumni of the from the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Leadership Detroit Class XXXV. She received the Michigan Chronicle’s “Women of Excellence Award” in 2010 and was both a Crain’s Detroit Business (2016) and Michigan Chronicle (2014) “40 Under 40” honoree.