Rachel Breindel is a Vice President at J.P. Morgan’s Private Bank, providing wealth management solutions and advice to individuals and families across their investment, lending, estate planning and banking needs. She primarily works with senior executives at private and public companies, founders and entrepreneurs.
Rachel joined J.P. Morgan as a Summer Analyst in June 2012 and returned full time in 2013 after graduating from The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. Originally from Tenafly, New Jersey,
Rachel currently resides in New York City. In Rachel’s spare time, she enjoys running in Central Park, cooking, exploring NYC’s best restaurants, and spending time with her family and friends.
Rachel’s running journey started during March of 2020 when the world shut down and SoulCycle was no longer an option. Exercise had always been an outlet for Rachel to help combat her own struggles with anxiety. The need for this escape only increased during this time and propelled Rachel into running which has now become an essential part of her routine. Mental health is a term that is tossed around a lot and misunderstood by many. Rachel is passionate about reducing the stigma around mental health issues that impact her, her family, and millions of others worldwide. This cause is very close to Rachel’s heart that she ran with Team NAMI-NYC for the 2022 NYC Marathon and looks forward to running with them again for the 2023 United Airlines Half Marathon.