Linda B. Bammann is currently on the Board of Directors for JPMorgan Chase and is the Chair of the Directors Risk Policy Committee. She was Deputy Head of Risk Management at JPMorgan Chase from 2004 until her retirement in 2005. Previously she was Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Management Officer at Bank One Corporation (“Bank One”) from 2001 to 2004 and, before then, Senior Managing Director of Bank One Capital Markets, Inc. Throughout her career with Bank One, Bammann also became a member of Bank One’s planning group. From 1992 to 2000 she served as a Managing Director with UBS Warburg LLC and predecessor firms. Ms. Bammann is currently the Chair of the Directors Risk Policy Committee at JPMorgan Chase as well as a member of the External Advisory Council for JPMorgan’s Military and Veterans Affairs department.
From 2008 until 2013, Ms. Bammann served as a director of The Federal Home Mortgage Corporation (“Freddie Mac”), during which time she was a member of its Compensation Committee. She served as a member of Freddie Mac’s Audit Committee from 2008 until 2010 and as Chair of its Business and Risk Committee from 2010 until 2013. Ms. Bammann also served as a director of Manulife Financial Corporation from 2009 until 2012. Ms. Bammann was formerly a board member of the Risk Management Association and Chair of the Loan Syndications and Trading Association.
Ms. Bammann graduated from Stanford University and received an M.A. degree in public policy from the University of Michigan. From 1978-1980, Ms. Bammann was a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Philippine Islands with a specialty in leprosy control. From 1980-1981, Ms. Bammann worked for the US Agency for International Development revitalizing a barefoot Dr. Program in the Legaspi region of the Philippine Islands.
Linda has been married to Paul Terzani since 1994. Mr. Terzani is a veteran of the US Marine Corps where his military occupational specialty was Assault Amphibious Vehicles. Mr. Terzani taught at School’s Battalion Marine Corps Base Camp Pendelton. Mr. Terzani reenlisted for a second tour as a welder/metal worker at the School’s Battalion Maintenance Facility.