Hi, my name is Dana.
I am a managing director and head of Chase Sapphire Partnerships. For partnerships, we are really focused on creating amazing experiences for our customers and third-party apps. My typical day could be anything from working with a partner on a new marketing strategy to fixing a tech bug in their app. Career mobility is important at Chase. It really is a company that's known for moving people from different businesses and giving them opportunities. It attracts great talent to the firm and it also keeps talent at the firm. My career at Chase started in corporate development. I was responsible for firm-wide strategy, for blue-chip digital companies. I moved to the card business, where I launched our embedded partner strategy. I definitely was given the opportunity to lead and drive the go-to-market execution. Career mobility is important to me because I like to continue to be challenged and to learn new things. And while at Chase, I've had the opportunity to do that as I've also grown my career. At Chase, what I'm looking forward to next is opening the first Chase Sapphire Lounge at an airport and seeing that come to life. Cycling is my white space. It really gives me the opportunity to, like zone out on all other distractions. It clears my mind, helps me be a better person, a better worker. Sometimes, you meet your goal, and sometimes you don't. It gives you the opportunity to say, "What can I do better?" Or, "What could I have changed to meet that goal differently the next time?" Favorite song: "Ribbon in the Sky." My dream job as a child was to be a pediatrician. My spirit animal: probably a unicorn. Three words to sum up my day: fast-paced, fun, envelope-pushing. Career advice for someone starting at Chase is to be open, be inquisitive, and really be the CEO of your own career. Everybody happy? Perfect.