Women at Stonier

The first Stonier graduating class in 1935 had 228 men. Over the years, we have made significant strides in attracting more women to the school, and our hope is to increase the number of women graduates. If you are a female financial services professional considering applying to Stonier, the following students would enjoy talking to you and providing insights into the Stonier experience from their individual perspectives.

Today’s banks need commitment from women like you, who are leaders in your organizations, communities and families. Your creativity, skill and insight will help us as we navigate a challenging future filled with fierce competition.

Our success will rest on training and executive development, such as that provided by Stonier. I urge women in banking to take advantage of these opportunities. You are doing yourselves, your bank and the industry a great service when you invest in your own advancement.” – Dorothy Savarese, Former ABA Chair; President and CEO, The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank

To request more information on Stonier or to speak to one of the women advocates please complete this form.

Gwen Lee

Manager, Financial Planning & Analysis
First Republic Bank

Karla Losey

Senior Vice President, Senior District Manager, Community Markets
Associated Bank

Kelli Nielsen

EVP, Retail Banking and Marketing
1st Security Bank

Gilda M. Nogueira

President and CEO
East Cambridge Savings Bank

Maxine Rose-Dyer

Senior Bank Examiner
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
New York

Betty Rudolph

National Director, Minority and Community Development Banking
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Washington, DC

Dorothy Savarese

President and CEO
The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank

Julieann Thurlow

President and CEO
Reading Co-Operative Bank

Siya Vansia

Vice President, Marketing
ConnectOne Bank
New York

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Only Stonier graduates receive both a Stonier Diploma and a Wharton leadership Certificate.
Questions? Contact Stonier Program Director Perette Bonner. Call 1-800-BANKERS.