Jill Otto is an Executive Director of J.P. Morgan’s Private Bank in Miami. Previously, she ran business development for J.P. Morgan’s Global Investment Opportunities Group (GIO), a multi-asset class investment desk for institutional Private Bank clients. Prior to J.P. Morgan, Jill managed the investment offices in Rio de Janeiro and Paris of her family's 75 year old business. Jill sits on the board of the Wolfsonian Museum in Miami and was a member of the Group of Fifty (G50), a select group of private business leaders from Latin America. In 2010, Jill was honored as a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum where she helped build the Family and Private Company Community. Her past board memberships include serving for International Planned Parenthood, the alumni council of Princeton University, Phillips Academy Andover and the Private Bank’s Global Marketing Council. Jill also recruits MBAs for the Private Bank at Duke and Cornell. She received a Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University, a Master of Arts from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, and a Master of Business Administration from Duke University. She is fluent in Portuguese, English, German, Spanish and French.