Wendy Stewart is president of Global Commercial Banking for Bank of America and is a member of the company’s executive management team.

In this role, Wendy oversees Global Commercial Banking, one of the firm’s eight lines of business, which delivers integrated financial solutions to public and private companies with annual revenues of $50 million to over $2 billion across Middle Market Banking; Real Estate; Healthcare, Education and Not for Profit; and Dealer Financial Services.

Previously, Stewart was co-head of Global Commercial Banking for the Southeast region. She also served as chief of Wholesale Credit Strategy for the company, responsible for strategy, data and analytics, business controls and quality assurance across the Wholesale Credit organization, which delivers end-to-end credit solutions for the bank’s wholesale clients globally.

Stewart joined Bank of America’s predecessor, NationsBank in 1996, serving in both its national consumer and commercial organizations. After time away starting in 2000 for family and other opportunities, she rejoined Bank of America in 2007.

Stewart is vice chair of Bank of America’s Global Diversity & Inclusion Council and leads women’s initiatives for the company, which focuses on key constituencies, including female employees, clients and communities.

Stewart serves in a variety of leadership roles in the Atlanta and wider community. She is on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee for the Metro Atlanta Chamber and the Board of Directors for Paradigm for Parity. Stewart is a director of the Buckhead Coalition and is leading the workforce development efforts for the Atlanta Committee for Progress. She is chairing the Grove Park Foundation capital campaign, tasked with raising $20 million for Atlanta’s Grove Park neighborhood.

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