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Katheryn Rosen

Managing Director and Global Head for Technology and Cybersecurity Policy and Partnerships, JPMorgan Chase & Co

Katheryn Rosen is the managing director and global head for Technology and Cybersecurity Policy and Partnerships at JPMorgan Chase & Co. Over a 25-plus year career, Katheryn has been active in the public and private sectors and academia. She is an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs and recently led SIPA's Cyber Risk to Financial Stability Project. In government, she served at the U.S. Department of Treasury as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Financial Institutions Policy and Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary of Financial Institutions. Central to her portfolio were critical infrastructure protection, systemic risk, bank and non-bank regulatory reform, housing finance reform, and developing and executing the Department's cybersecurity agenda. On Capitol Hill, she served as Senior Policy Advisor to House Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank, working primarily on the Dodd-Frank Act and housing finance reform. Prior to her public service, Katheryn, a Managing Director, spent 14 years at JPMorgan's Investment Bank. She led the Government Institutions Group where she was responsible for delivering the Firm's full range of services and products to Government-Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs), US-based multilateral-lending institutions, and the US government. Prior to that role, Katheryn was a senior leader in Investment Grade Debt Capital Markets. Katheryn is a non-Resident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council's Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security's Cyber Statecraft Initiative. She is also a member of the New York Cyber Task Force. Katheryn is active in UJA-Federation of New York serving as a Board Member of the Crisis to Stability Committee. She holds a Master of Arts degree in International Affairs from George Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Emory University in Art History and Economics.

 

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