As the Atlanta Market President, Wendy Stewart is responsible for advancing Bank of America’s strategy across Metro Atlanta. Wendy connects with local business leaders and community stakeholders to deliver the company to customers, clients and the community.
Wendy is also responsible for ensuring Bank of America’s Environmental, Social, and Governance strategy, including philanthropy and community development efforts have a positive impact on metro Atlanta.
As co-head of Bank of America SE Global Commercial Banking practice, Wendy leads the firm’s efforts, working with mid cap and middle market companies. Wendy partners closely with teammates across the firm to provide the expertise and consultation necessary to deliver the best solution for the client.
Wendy serves on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee for the Metro Atlanta Chamber, the Board of Directors for The Grove Park Foundation, the Board of Trustees for Woodruff Arts Center, and a member of Atlanta Committee for Progress.
Wendy is a graduate of Leadership Atlanta- Class of 2017 and Leadership Georgia- Class of 2010.
What You’ll Learn in This Episode
In just over 8 weeks, the Million Mask Challenge has provided 90+ Atlanta area non-profits with more than 1,000,000 masks – but we believe more can be done as there will be a continued need as schools go back face to face and businesses go back to their offices.
The donation of masks began with Bank of America giving to 14 local organizations – including Morehouse School of Medicine and Atlanta Public Schools, but realized there was an even greater need. A partnership was then formed with the Global Health Crisis Coordination Center (GHC3), Atlanta Metro Chamber (MAC) and VGI Group to challenge other businesses in metro Atlanta for much needed support and resources.
This collaboration has been an unprecedented effort for the Atlanta business community to step in and help those in need, particularly our children, in the face of this pandemic. Major donors include GPC/NAPA, NCR, Coca-Cola, OMNIA Partners and many others who deserve a huge thank you for stepping up to help Atlantans protect themselves and others while keeping Georgia healthy.
To donate or get more information on how to receive donations, contact the Metro Atlanta Chamber at firstname.lastname@example.org
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