Mary Gill Campbell: "The Most Interesting Job I Could Ever Have Imagined"
Nearly 30 years ago, Mary Gill Campbell ’84 took a trip that changed her life. After being recruited on campus during her third year at UNC School of Law, she was invited to interview at J.P. Morgan in New York City. Never having been to New York, Campbell had to “muster up my courage to get on the plane,” she says. “And to my complete astonishment, I fell in love with New York City.”
Campbell is now a managing director at J.P. Morgan Private Bank. As a senior trust officer, she works with individuals and families who have assets of $25 million or more.