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Torrico to lead ABA Foundation

Lindsay Torrico has actually been called SVP for bank neighborhood engagement at the American Bankers Association and executive director of the ABA Foundation.

Torrico formerly invested 12 years at United Way Worldwide, where she most just recently was VP for policy and advocacy. In that function, she worked to trigger and activate United Way affiliates, business partners and people towards constructing more powerful, healthier and more fair neighborhoods. Earlier in her profession, Torrico held policy functions for previous U.S. Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) along with neighborhood outreach positions at the education not-for-profit City Year and the workplace of previous Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.

Torrico serves on the board of the Convergence Center for Policy Resolution, a not-for-profit dedicated to fixing policy obstacles throughout the political divide. She likewise is board chair of Nonprofit VOTE, which is committed to assisting nonprofits take part in nonpartisan civic engagement. She has a bachelor’s degree in federal government from the University of Virginia and a master’s in public law degree from the University of California, Los Angeles

“We are thrilled to have Lindsay lead the Foundation and build on its long and proud history of helping banks make a real difference in the communities they serve,” ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols stated. “Her experience in community engagement, policy and philanthropy will help ensure that the banking industry continues to play a leading role in supporting the financial well-being of people in every corner of the country.”

 

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