Stephanie Meade

last updated 4/13/2018

Stephanie Meade

Director of Marketing and Culture, Senior Vice President at New Resource Bank

255 California St Ste 600, San Francisco, California, United States
HQ Phone:
(415) 995-8100

General Information


Senior Analyst - Callan Associates Inc.

Research Director - Equilibrium Capital Services LLC

Marketing and Research Director - Equilibrium Capital Group LLC


B.A. - Political Science , Columbia University

Master's - International Affairs , Columbia University


Board Member - Multicultural Kids Blogs

Founder - InCultureParent LLC

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Board & Management - New Resource Bank

Stephanie Meade
Senior Vice President, Director of Marketing and Culture Stephanie Meade Senior Vice President, Director of Marketing and Culture Stephanie Meade is the Director of Marketing and Culture at New Resource Bank. She has worked in finance for eight years, and the world of social finance for the past four, first with Equilibrium Capital, an investment firm that invested in real assets and now with New Resource Bank. She spent the earlier part of her career working in international development and lived and worked around the world for water sector projects in Armenia, Georgia, Yemen, Uganda, Brazil and Mexico. She is passionate about social and environmental justice. She lives in Berkeley with her husband and two daughters.

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Stephanie Meade
Director of Marketing & Culture, SVP New Resource Bank

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Meet your bankers: Stephanie Meade
Posted 03.14.2014 Next up in our occasional series of "meet your bankers" interviews: Stephanie Meade, who joined our team just last month as director of sustainability and marketing. What she does As director of sustainability, Stephanie oversees both our internal and our external sustainability programs, including the assessment that clients undergo when applying for a loan. As director of marketing, Stephanie

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