Jason Garden's philosophy on supporting Jewish organizations, Jewish causes and Jews in need is simple: If we don't take care of one another, who will? That's why he can be spotted at JUF and AIPAC events or volunteering with The ARK and delivering food packages through Maot Chitim.
During business hours, Jason oversees the Midwest division for Citibank, serving as the sole financial advisor in the company's Chicago office. His leadership was recognized nationally at Citibank's leadership conference in New York.
Jason's role as a Jewish community leader is growing as well: he is a member of the 2019 National Young Leadership Cabinet, the Jewish Federations of North America's elite leadership training program.
Head of Investments for the Midwest at Citi Private Bank
ON THE SIDE:
Athlete, uncle, avid Detroit sports fan, political junkie
In a relationship
DESCRIBE YOURSELF IN 10 WORDS OR LESS:
Financial markets enthusiast focused on relationship building and philanthropy.
SOMETHING MOST PEOPLE DON’T KNOW ABOUT ME:
I was in a Jewish a cappella group at the University of Michigan.
IF TIME AND MONEY WERE LIMITLESS, I WOULD:
Dedicate myself to taking care of the less fortunate in our local, national and international Jewish community. I am especially passionate about organizations that provide clothing, food and shelter to those most in need.