September 2016 - Women in Housing

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22 | TH E M R EP O RT SPECIAL SECTION TH E M R EP O RT | 22 Glenda Gabriel, Neighborhood Lending Executive for Bank of America, is respon- sible for identifying opportunities to drive successful homeownership among low- to moderate-income borrowers, underserved communities, and multicultural borrow- ers across the economic spectrum. She oversees the company's Community Reinvestment Act mortgage commitment to increase demand, market share and consumer education. Gabriel has been with Bank of America since 2006 and has more than 25 years' expe- rience in the financial services industry. Before coming to Bank of America, she served in several leadership positions at JPMorgan Chase, where she was accountable for af- fordable housing strategy, emerging markets business development, and brand and stra- tegic marketing, as well as small business value proposition development. Bank of America's community leadership and culture closely align with Gabriel's own values. Glenda knows first-hand the difference a home can make in a person's life. This is one of the reasons she's so passionate about providing others with that same opportunity and doing so in the right way. She is a co-executive sponsor of Bank of America's LEAD (Leadership, Education, Advocacy and Development) for Women affinity group that is dedicated to promoting professional women's development to help grow, attract and retain successful women throughout Bank of America. Gabriel also serves on the Girl Scouts Hornets' Nest Council Board of Directors in Charlotte, a group committed to providing transforma- tional empowerment to girls through leader- ship development and experiences. Gabriel is known in the industry as a strategic thinker with the ability to resolve complex business issues. Her role provides her with the opportunity to help people transform their lives. As the housing market continues to recover, financial industry regulations are continually changing, making it essential for Gabriel and her team to be ahead of the curve. They constantly look for new ways to assist underserved consumers to understand the home loan process and to provide them with the education, tools and resources they need to achieve their home ownership goals. Glenda Gabriel NEIGHBORHOOD LENDING EXECUTIVE, BANK OF AMERICA GLENDA GABRIEL SPECIAL SECTION

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