Barry L. Zubrow served as Executive Vice President of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and a member of the Firm’s Operating Committee and Executive Committee from December 2007 thru October 2012. He retired as head of Corporate and Regulatory Affairs, after serving as Chief Risk Officer during the financial crisis. Barry also served on the boards of JP Morgan, Chase Bank NA and the JP Morgan Chase Foundation.
Barry was Chairman of the New Jersey Schools Development Authority from February 2006 thru August 2010. The SDA was responsible for a $12.5 billion effort to rebuild the state's schools infrastructure. He also advised Governor Jon Corzine on a broad range of fiscal and policy matters aimed at addressing the long-standing structural deficit in the state.
In 2004, Zubrow retired from Goldman Sachs after a 26-year career there. He served as the firm’s chief administrative officer, headed its operations and administration division, and co-headed the operations, finance and resources division. Before that, he was a partner in the investment banking division, where he provided strategic and corporate financing advice to major Fortune 100 companies.
Barry has or serves in a number of for-profit and not-for-profit board capacities, including as chairman of the Board of Managers of Haverford College, the Advisory Committee for the University of Chicago Law School, and the boards of The Juvenile Law Center, Berklee College of Music and The Pingry School. He also served on the Advisory Board of The Promontory Financial Group and boards of Nuvello Inc and USG Corporation.
Since 2003, Barry has also been President of ITB llc, an investment management company.
Zubrow received his BA from Haverford College in 1975, an MBA in 1979 from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business and his JD in 1980 from the University of Chicago Law School.