Bob Graziano oversees corporate strategy and development for the Western Region of the United States, providing advice and support to the regional leadership team and acting as a Senior Advisor to clients, prospects and colleagues. He plays a lead role on key initiatives in the region and builds alliances across JPMorgan Chase’s lines of business. Previously, Bob was the Southern California Market Manager and, before joining J.P. Morgan, Managing Director of the Family Advisory Services Group at Northern Trust.
Starting in 1986, Bob spent 18 years working with the Los Angeles Dodgers, and was named the Dodgers’ President and Chief Operating Officer, the 11th President in franchise history, in 1998. He began his career at Ernst & Young before joining the Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee as Manager of Ticket Operations, and became Manager, Financial Services, at WTC Airfreight.
Among his many other affiliations, Bob is Chair of the Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission and a board member and past Chair of the LA84 Foundation. He is a board member of the Los Angeles Business Council; an advisory board member of the USC Sports Business Institute Club and the Los Angeles Chargers; and a member of the Leadership Council for International Medical Corps, a global first responder to those affected by conflict, natural disaster and disease.
Bob is licensed as a CPA (inactive) and holds the Series 7, 63, 9 and 10 licenses. He earned his B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Southern California, graduating summa cum laude and receiving the University Trustees Award.
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