Allison Beer joins Neighborhood Trust board of directors

Beer brings extensive expertise in digital financial products to support innovative financial solutions for workers

NEW YORK, NY – December 17, 2020Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners, a national leader in the field of worker financial health, has welcomed Allison Beer, Head of Digital for Consumer & Community Banking at JPMorgan Chase, to its Board of Directors.

“Helping low-income individuals solve the unprecedented financial challenges they currently face requires the guidance and support of innovative leaders. Allison’s expertise in developing consumer finance products is unparalleled, and we’re thrilled to have her join the Neighborhood Trust board. Her leadership could not come at a more critical time as we work to scale our human-touch financial wellness benefit, TrustPlus, to help workers recover from the pandemic,” said Justine Zinkin, CEO, Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners.

As Head of Digital for Chase, Allison leads an organization that makes it easier for Chase’s nearly 55 million digitally active customers to make the most of their money through its website and mobile app. Prior to this role, Allison was Head of Corporate Development for Banking and Payments for JPMorgan Chase and negotiated new partnerships with major technology companies and other major distribution platforms.

“Digital tools can empower individuals to improve their financial health,” said Allison Beer. “I am humbled and excited to be joining the board of Neighborhood Trust and look forward to rolling up my sleeves to help advance the mission of this incredible organization.”

Allison joined JPMorgan Chase in 2017 in its Digital division where her team managed partnerships and strategy for digital payments. Before joining Chase, Allison held a number of executive roles at American Express spanning digital partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, and card benefits across Amex’s Travel, Consumer Card and Payment divisions.

Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners has a long history of collaboration with JPMorgan Chase as part of the firm’s commitment to financial health. The organization has received philanthropic investments and mentorship from JPMorgan Chase leaders to help expand its impact on low-income, diverse communities across the U.S.


About Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners

Neighborhood Trust is a nonprofit social enterprise empowering workers to take control of their finances and achieve financial health. With nearly 25 years of financial coaching experience, we blend our trusted financial guidance with innovative technology solutions and actionable financial products to help workers make their paychecks go further. Neighborhood Trust embeds our services where workers get paid, access financial services and make financial decisions. Annually we reach nearly 10,000 low- and moderate-income workers across the country. For more information, visit www.neighborhoodtrust.org.

About TrustPlus

TrustPlus is a financial wellness benefit that helps workers make the most of every hard-earned paycheck. A service of Neighborhood Trust, our coaches demystify personal finance with empathy, providing on-demand, one-on-one support and expert guidance via phone, video or text. Our unique approach blends human connection with action-oriented tools and workplace benefits to ease the burden of workers’ everyday money worries. In addition to serving as an employee benefit, we also are offered as the human coaching feature of worker-focused fintechs. Learn more at www.mytrustplus.org.