At U.S. bank JPMorgan Chase, Adrienne Jonsson serves as vice president of competitor intelligence.
An industry veteran with over 30 years of research experience, Jonsson guides the decision-making process within and across multiple business units by providing intelligence-driven analytical briefings and recommendations to senior leaders. She has expertise in designing, implementing and managing intelligence infrastructure and deliverables within a global corporate setting, according to her LinkedIn profile.
Prior to joining JPMorgan Chase, Jonsson was a partner at investment company Ravello Associates for more than two years.
Jonsson spent most of her career at AstraZeneca, a research-led biopharmaceutical company where she started as a global competitive intelligence manager for the central nervous system therapeutic area, responsible for providing recommendations to global and U.S. leadership teams for forecasting assessments, portfolio management, brand marketing and operational plan development.
During her more than 14-year stay at AstraZeneca, Jonsson also oversaw quality assurance activities, led research and development efforts, managed a team to develop a corporate strategy, conducted strategic environmental assessments and helped the company grow and maintain territory market share.
Jonsson started out at Astra Arcus USA, formerly Fisons Pharmaceuticals, in August 1992 as a research assistant. In 1997, she was named competitive intelligence manager for international marketing at the Astra AB global organization.
She holds a master’s degree in finance and strategy and organizational behavior from the University of Rochester-Simon Business School.