Lynn Evans Named 2021 Women in Business Honoree

Lynn Evans, director of Women's Leadership Initiative at University of Delaware's Lerner College of Business and Economics

Lynn Evans, director of the Women’s Leadership Initiative at the University of Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics, was selected as a 2021 Women in Business Honoree by Delaware Today Magazine. Evans joins the newest class of 40 women who are driving business in Delaware. As director, she supports WLI’s mission of advancing gender equity from the classroom to the boardroom through executive leadership education, student programming and community events.

Prior to joining the UD, Evans was Managing Director and Head of Americas Institutional and Global Liquidity Client Service for J.P. Morgan Asset Management. Evans has over 35 years of experience working for top-tier global financial organizations. Her expertise includes business strategy, client experience, talent management and institutional sales.

Evans joins WLI Co-founders and UD Professors Wendy Smith and Amanda Bullough who were selected Women in Business Honorees in 2019.

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