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Frank Discussions

At the intersection of business and education, Frank Discussions is a series of brief executive interviews with the leaders defining innovation and industry today and tomorrow. Hosted by Frank Hodge, the Orin & Janet Smith Endowed Dean at the University of Washington’s Michael G. Foster School of Business, Frank Discussions looks beyond the business decisions making headlines to shed light on how and why great leaders do what they do.

Phyllis Campbell

Chairman, Pacific Northwest, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Phyllis CampbellGetting her start in the family business in her native Spokane, Phyllis Campbell is one of the most recognized and respected leaders in the Northwest. Prior to taking the helm of a multi-state region for our nation’s largest bank, Campbell served as President & CEO of The Seattle Foundation, doubling the size of Washington’s largest community foundation during her tenure. Her extensive leadership track record also includes being CEO of US Bank Washington and holding board positions with the likes of Alaska Air Group and Nordstrom, Inc. She has been a champion for diversity, equity and inclusion through groups such as the Diversity Advisory Board at Toyota and the Women Corporate Directors Global Advisory Board. Phyllis completed her UW Foster Executive MBA in 1987 and holds an undergraduate degree from Washington State University.

Past Frank Discussions

Annie Young-Scrivner

CEO, GODIVA Chocolatier, Inc.
Read the blog post here

Upcoming Frank Discussions

Mark Pigott, Executive Chairman, PACCAR Inc
Erik Nordstrom, CEO, Nordstrom, Inc.

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