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Amy Woods Brinkley
Amy Woods Brinkley is a trusted executive advisor and coach, and a veteran executive with over three decades of experience.
skills in the banking industry, deeply involved in governance and Board relations, change management, enterprise risk management, regulatory relations, corporate culture/values and executive coaching and leadership development.
has coached dozens of senior executives across multiple disciplines in a company that grew to have a global presence, with approximately 300,000 employees.
Since leaving her corporate role, Amy has continued coaching executives, including the C-Suite level, developing and honing their skills in executive leadership, business transformations, and risk management.
Amy has had many leadership roles in one of America's largest banks and its predecessors for more than 30 years.
During her tenure, she established a Consumer Credit Policy Group that oversaw credit issues in the company's consumer loan portfolio, and was promoted to Executive Vice President.
As president of the company's Consumer Products Division, Amy was responsible for credit card, mortgage, consumer finance, telephone, and e-commerce businesses, with management oversight of 33,000 employees.
She spent over seven years as Chief Risk Officer, where she worked with business, regulatory, and political leaders to help stabilize the economic crisis that began in 2007.
has earned numerous industry awards and recognitions.
Fortune magazine named her
as one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business for nine consecutive years (2000-2008).
was awarded the top position on US Banker magazine's
2005 list of "Most Powerful Women in Banking" and has been cited by The Wall Street Journal
as a leading woman in business.
Amy currently is a Board member of TD Bank Financial Group and Carter's, Inc.
She serves on the Bank of America Charitable Foundation Board of Directors and is a trustee for the Princeton Theological Seminary.
Amy graduated Phi Beta Kappa with an interdisciplinary major from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.