Ina Drew

Ina is an independent consultant. She retired from JPMorgan Chase in 2012 after a thirty year career with the firm and its predecessor banks. She was Chief Investment Officer and a member of the Operating Committee from 2005-2012.

Prior to that, she was Head of Global Treasury from 2000-2005 and Head of Domestic Treasury from 1991–2000. Ina was named Managing Director in 1986 and held various senior roles in capital markets, treasury and investments through seven mergers after joining Chemical Bank in 1982.  Ina is a past member of the US Treasury Department Borrowing Advisory Committee.

Ina serves as Trustee and Board Member of Barnard College, is a Board Member and Trustee of Johns Hopkins Medicine and a Trustee Emeritus of The Johns Hopkins University after serving on its Board for twelve years. She also served on the Board of Legal Momentum for a decade, the country’s oldest Women’s Legal Advocacy Group.

Ina earned a BA in International Studies from Johns Hopkins University in 1978 and a Master’s Degree in International Studies from Columbia University in 1979. She is married, has two children and resides in New Jersey.