Renée Brisbois is an Executive Director and Banker with the J.P Morgan Private Bank. She is responsible for developing and managing relationships with wealthy clients, addressing planning, banking, fiduciary, charitable and investment needs. With over 32 years of financial services experience in the Seattle area, she previously worked for Citi Smith Barney, now Morgan Stanley, as the regional lending director for the Northwest and Northern California regions. Renée has also worked as a private banker at both Key Bank and Seafirst Bank (now Bank of America), and at Seafirst as a banker in the international division.
Raised and educated abroad, Renée attended various international schools, including the Brent School in the Philippines. After graduation from Washington State University with a major in political science and a minor in French, she continued her studies at Japan University in Tokyo.
Renée is actively involved in the local community, supporting the arts and numerous non-profits, is a member of the Washington Women’s Foundation and sits on the Board of Directors of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. She currently resides in Woodinville with her husband and has three children (two in college) and a chocolate lab. In her spare time, she enjoys travel, skiing, hiking and cooking for family and friends.
Barbara Mitchell Briner
Barbara Mitchell Briner is Executive Director and Business Development
Executive with Chase Middle Market Banking. A native of Washington,
Barbara was previously with Wells Fargo Bank for 13 years working with
middle market companies in the Pacific Northwest.
Prior to joining Wells Fargo she worked as a Vice president in the
International Division at U.S. Bank for 6 years. She also worked at
Brazier Forest Industries as a Credit Manager and Accounting Manager
for 3 years, and at Rainier National Bank as an International Officer for 11
Barbara is a 2004 graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School. She
serves on the boards of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Junior
Achievement of Washington, and Goodwill of the Olympics and Rainier
Region. She is active in the community and has chaired many charity
events such as Go Red and Seattle and Tacoma Celebrity Waiters’
Barbara enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends
travelling, skiing, sailing, hiking, cooking, and being active.
Barbara has three children grown and resides in Milton, Washington with
her husband Peter Briner, a Lieutenant at Woodinville Fire and Safety.