Wendy Stewart is president of Global Commercial Banking for Bank of America, and is a member of the company’s executive management team. She also serves as president of Bank of America Atlanta.
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.
From 2000-2007, she served as Chief Operating Officer at the YWCA of Greater Atlanta, where she was responsible for streamlining the functions of the organization, solidifying its financial position, and orchestrating ongoing growth.
Stewart serves on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee for the Metro Atlanta Chamber, the Board of Directors for The Grove Park Foundation, Leadership Atlanta; the Board of Trustees for Woodruff Arts Center; as a director of the Buckhead Coalition; and is a member of the Atlanta Committee for Progress.
Stewart holds a dual Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Presbyterian College.