Jennifer Doyle was born the oldest of three girls in Clinton, Connecticut. She attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro on a Tennis Scholarship, graduating in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance.
Jennifer is a Managing Director in the Wells Fargo Corporate & Investment Bank, responsible for leading the Asset-Backed Finance Sales & Trading teams. She has over 20 years of experience in capital markets roles, most recently as head of Wells Fargo’s Asset-Backed Finance Syndicate Desk. Over the course of her career with Wells Fargo, she has been involved in executing more than $1 trillion in structured products transactions, including CMBS, CLOs, Consumer, Residential and other esoteric products. She previously served as Co-Head of the Wells Fargo Securities Charlotte Women’s Network and now serves as Chair of the CIB Executive Steering Committee and Executive Sponsor of Women GoFar.
Jennifer has always been passionate about helping others and was taught the values of civility at a young age by her parents. Although her parents expected hard work, it was never measured by grades (although her parents might disagree) but rather by a simple “do-the-right-thing” belief that sticks with her to this day.
Dancing in front of 1,100 people is not exactly what she enjoys doing on a Saturday night, however she realized the fear she would face getting on stage is nothing like the fear the at-risk youth and young adults who use The Relatives face on a daily basis. The Relatives strives to help youth and young adults transition from crisis to safety, stability, and independence.
Jennifer and her wonderful husband Jamie have been married since 2005 and he is one of her greatest supporters. Her other blessings are their two sons James (12) and Hudson (9). She hopes this experience will teach them how to be brave and how to put the needs of others ahead of their own.
Jennifer was a passenger on US Airways Flight 1549, the famed Miracle on the Hudson flight. Although she counts that day as one of the best days of her life, she will never sit in seat 9E again.
Golf & Tennis
Hornets Games with the boys
None that she would admit!