Who is JaQ?
After achieving record sales, revenue, and balance growth at some of the industry’s largest financial institutions, Jacqueline’s mission became simple; To leverage her network, experience and expertise to advance our next generation of business leaders, entrepreneurs and philanthropists.
Growing up in a family where core values around giving and philanthropy were taught at an early age, coupled with a 27-year career in banking and wealth management, where she represented less than 6% of the industry, Jacqueline “JaQ” Campbell was inspired to establish JaQperience, a strategic advisory firm focused on making an impact in the world of business leaders, entrepreneurs and philanthropists.
JaQ’s professional background began in 1993 as a high school intern for Comerica’s Private Bank in Detroit, MI. She ascended from high school intern to running a $1.8 billion investment team for Chase Wealth Management in Chicago, IL. She continually grew her team’s performance by attracting and retaining advisors, along with deepening client relationships.
In 2018, Jackie’s experience leading top financial advisors, along with her passion as an advocate for diversity and inclusion, made her the perfect fit to drive growth and expand the diversity of advisors as Head of Diverse Advisor Engagement for Chase Wealth Management. Her role focused on attracting, retaining, and developing diverse financial advisors.
“My purpose is to fuel growth in underrepresented and underserved environments. By ‘future proofing’ the industry through advancing, educating and empowering the next generation of leaders, entrepreneurs and philanthropists. JaQperience has anticipated this moment and is prepared for such a time as this''.
Jackie was honored as Investment News Woman to Watch in 2019, Chicago Defender Women of Excellence in 2018, and has achieved multiple performance awards as a top-performing sales leader. Jackie’s passion for the community extends to her service on multiple boards and organizations that focus on driving impact around diversity and inclusion and financial independence. She has worked closely with organizations and business resource groups, such as the Chi Omega Omega Chapter of the AKA Sorority, Year Up, Financial Services Pipeline, Operation Hope, Momlogics, amongst many other volunteer efforts targeting churches, sororities, and other community organizations.
Jacqueline holds her Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts with a focus area on Diverse Leadership in Financial Services from DePaul University. She holds her Series 4, 7, 24, 53, 63 & 65 securities licenses. She is also a candidate for the Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy® (CAP®), a designation that will give her firm the power to make a difference in the world at large, while making our communities better places to live for generations to come.