Jacqueline Howard

the Senior Director of Corporate Citizenship, Ally Financial
Jacqueline Howard
Jacqueline Howard is the Senior Director of Corporate Citizenship at Ally Financial, where she is responsible for the creation and execution of strategic programs for Ally’s robust financial literacy program, corporate giving initiatives and employee giving and volunteerism programs. Jacqueline’s focus at Ally centers around economic mobility and building relationships with community leaders to reduce barriers to financial advancement.

Throughout her career, Jacqueline has had several opportunities to serve as a corporate spokesperson and an expert on corporate citizenship and financial education. Jacqueline has been featured on CNBC, Cheddar, TV One Women of Power, WDIV News 4, WJBK News 2, WWJ and WJR, among others.

In addition to growing Ally’s community giving programs, Jacqueline’s personal life is grounded in giving back. She is a breast cancer survivor who was diagnosed at age 30. This experience has led Jacqueline to develop a deep passion for helping other young women diagnosed with breast cancer. She is an advocate for YES (Young and Empowered Support Group) - an organization for young women facing a breast cancer diagnosis.

Jacqueline graduated from Michigan State University with a bachelor's of arts degree in Journalism and is currently a student in Syracuse University’s Master of Science in Communications Management program. Most recently, Jacqueline received a Certificate of Practice in Corporate Citizenship from Boston College.

Jacqueline serves on the national board of directors for Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, the Society for Financial Education and Professional Development (SFEPD), she is a board member for Detroit Public Television and she is an editorial board member for BLAC magazine. Jacqueline is also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and Jack and Jill of America, Inc.