Joselle Deocampo, ’09
Joselle Deocampo helps companies grow through innovation and build new businesses that are scalable across global markets. She sets the vision and drives innovation transformation for the world’s largest and influential financial institutions and FinTech startups alike.
She cofounded PwC’s Global Financial Services Innovation Center (GFSIC) and is responsible for a portfolio of innovation investments in the Americas, Asia Pacific, and EMEA for PwC’s $12 billion Financial Services business. She set the strategic direction, spearheaded the growth of the GFSIC global team, and established its global operations. She led the efforts in GFSIC’s expansion into Asia and the creation of GFSIC Singapore Innovation & Venture Hub.
Prior to joining PwC, Deocampo served as a venture capital fellow at The Angels’ Forum in Palo Alto, California. Deocampo also held roles with CIBC World Markets and Deloitte where she worked with Fortune 100 companies to raise capital and assess cross border deals. She has also been active in social entrepreneurship: AmeriCorps fellow and founder of a Microfinance fund, and currently serves as an advisor to Credit Do, a finance and technology venture that aims to deliver the first debt free generation.
Deocampo holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a double BA in Economics and East Asian Studies from Bates College. She is a 40 under 40 Silicon Valley award recipient.