Updated: Nov. 1, 2013
Dina Dublon joined the faculty of the Harvard Business School during the academic year 2011/12. In addition to her service as a director of Microsoft Corporation since March 2005, Ms. Dublon serves on the boards of directors of Accenture, Ltd., PepsiCo, Inc., and as of November 2013, the supervisory board of Deutsche Bank AG. She is a trustee of Carnegie Mellon University, on the board of the Global Fund for Women, and on the board of overseers of the International Rescue Committee (IRC).
Ms. Dublon was the chief financial officer of JPMorgan Chase from 1998 until her retirement at the end of 2004. She was responsible for global financial management and reporting, related technology and operations, strategy and acquisitions, corporate treasury, investor relations and tax. She was integral to the negotiation and subsequent integration of the mergers of Chemical Bank with Manufacturers Hanover, Chase, JPMorgan, and Bank One.
Ms. Dublon joined Chemical Bank's capital markets group as a trainee on the trading floor in 1981. From 1981 to 1996, Ms. Dublon held positions in capital markets, asset liability management, and investment banking. She became corporate treasurer in 1994 and head of corporate planning in 1996. Prior to joining Chemical Bank, Ms. Dublon worked as a research associate for the Harvard Business School and as regional director, Securities Division at Bank Hapoalim in Israel.
Ms. Dublon, born in Brazil, holds a bachelor's degree in economics and mathematics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and a master's degree from the Business School at Carnegie Mellon University.