Tom Horne named ‘Citizen of the Year’ 2022
The Del-Mar-Va Council, Boy Scouts of America announced Tom Horne, head of Chase Consumer Branch Banking and JPMorgan Chase & Co. Delaware market leader has been named 2022 Citizen of the Year. The ceremony will take place on Tuesday, October 18, 2022 at the Oberod Estate near Wilmington, Delaware.
A born and raised Delawarean, Horne grew up in New Castle, graduated from William Penn High School, and earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware. He remains actively involved with both schools, serving on the graduation advisory board at William Penn, and on the president’s leadership council, the Lerner Business College advisory board, and as a member of the Executive Mentors-Scholars program at the University of Delaware. He also serves on the Foundation Board at Delaware State University, is a board member and past president of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware, serves on the Easterseals advisory board, and is a member of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and the executive council of the Delaware Business Roundtable.
Horne started his career at MBNA where he was a member of the Senior Operating Committee serving in various global operations leadership roles. After six years with Bank of America he joined JPMorgan Chase & Co. in 2012 as head of Card Operations. In his current role with Consumer Branch Banking, he is responsible for leading a team of 41,000 employees and all sales and services across Chase’s 4,700+ branches. He also acts as the firm’s market leader for Delaware and served on the JPMC Diversity & Inclusion Council, chaired the Consumer and Community Banking Diversity & Inclusion Council. He is the executive sponsor of the firm’s Black Organization for Leadership Development (BOLD) for the Mid-Atlantic region, is the executive sponsor of both the Delaware Diversity Equity & Inclusion Council and Year Up.
Funds raised by this event support a variety of Scouting programs including workforce development, programs for low-income youth, STEM, conservation programs, and much more. All funds will go to the Boy Scouts of America. To reserve a spot to attend, learn about sponsorship opportunities, or purchase an advertisement in the program, visit www.delmarvacouncil.org/coy