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Jenna Burke is executive vice president and general counsel for government relations and public policy for the Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA). She focuses on a broad portfolio of issues including safety and soundness, corporate governance, deposit insurance, regulatory structure, accounting and taxes, and capital requirements. Burke also serves as ICBA’s co-staff liaison to the ICBA Safety and Soundness Subcommittee.
Before joining ICBA, Burke was a senior associate for Mitchell Sandler, which where she supported the law firm’s fintech, bank regulatory, and litigation practices. She previously served as vice president and associate general counsel for the Consumer Bankers Association. She also previously worked as counsel for the FDIC’s Consumer Enforcement Unit.
Burke received a BA with honors in economics and political science from Loyola University Chicago, and a JD from the Chicago-Kent College of Law. Burke is a certified anti-money laundering specialist and is a director for Women in Housing and Finance.