New Advisory Council Member Spotlight: Ansie Ting



The Asian Pacific Fund (APF) is excited to welcome Ansie Ting, Middle Market Commercial Banker at JP Morgan Chase, as one of our newest Advisory Council members.

As part of APF’s Advisory Council, Ansie will help increase our impact by providing her knowledge and expertise to advance our strategic goals, promote our work, and support our annual fundraising efforts.



Could you tell us a bit about yourself?

I was born in Hong Kong and raised in San Francisco. As a first-generation immigrant living in a metropolitan city, I have always had an affinity for connecting with our Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. I have over 20 years of working in banking and corporate finance, focusing my career on connecting with companies and founders. I am very inspired by the drive and passion of founders, especially first-generation immigrant business owners. Currently, I am a Middle Market Commercial Banker with JP Morgan Chase. I live in San Francisco with my husband, two children, and two fur babies. In my free time, I love traveling internationally with my family to experience various cultures around the world.


What inspired you to join the Asian Pacific Fund’s Advisory Council, and what excites you most in this new role?

I joined the Advisory Council because APF’s mission aligns with my own beliefs and goals, which are to strengthen our AAPI community via philanthropy. What makes APF interesting is the structure of the organization. APF invests funding in its affiliate network of more than 90 nonprofit organizations that provide vital services to our most underserved AAPIs in the Bay Area. I am very excited about joining the APF Advisory Council because by working with APF, we can support most of the underserved population.


As we look towards the next decade for the Asian Pacific Fund, what are your hopes for APF and our AAPI community as an APF Advisory Council member?

With my finance background, I hope to bring more financial literacy programs to our youth. I believe it is essential to teach the next generation about finances at an early stage. By teaching our youth about finance earlier in life, we can help them become more financially independent as they grow up, helping them succeed in life and their future careers.