Beth Mooney has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of KeyCorp since May 1, 2011. In 2010, she was named President and became a member of KeyCorp’s Board of Directors.
In November 2010 Mooney was named KeyCorp’s President and Chief Operating Officer. Mooney previously served as Vice Chair, Key Community Bank, which includes Retail Banking, Business Banking, Commercial Middle Market Banking, Wealth Management, Private Banking, Key Investment Services and KeyBank Mortgage.
Mooney, who joined Key in April 2006, has over 30 years of experience in retail banking, commercial lending and real estate financing. Prior to her most recent position as Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Alabama-based AmSouth Bancorporation (now Regions Financial Corporation), Mooney ran its banking operations in Tennessee and Northern Louisiana.
Mooney also completed other line assignments of increasing responsibility at Bank One Corporation, Citicorp Real Estate, Inc., Hall Financial Group and Republic Bank of Texas/First Republic. At Bank One, she served as Regional President in Akron and Dayton, and then as President of Bank One Ohio, managing major markets throughout the state. Mooney graduated from the University of Texas in 1977 and earned her Master of Business Administration degree from Southern Methodist University in 1983, where she was selected as a 2007-2008 Distinguished Alumni of the Cox School of Business. She has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of “The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women” and most recently by Fortune Magazine as one of the Top 50 “Most Powerful Women in Business”. In 2015, Mooney was named the #1 Most Powerful Woman in Banking for the third year in a row by American Banker.
Mooney is a member of AT&T’s Board of Directors and is a member of the Corporate Development and Finance Committee and the Public Policy and Corporate Reputation Committee. Mooney serves as Chairman of the Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP), one of the largest Chambers of Commerce in the nation. She is also a member of the Catalyst Board of Directors and serves on the Investment Committee.
Mooney is a Trustee and Treasurer of the Board of the Musical Arts Association (The Cleveland Orchestra), a Trustee of Cleveland Clinic Foundation and a Board member of the United Way of Greater Cleveland. She is a member of The Financial Services Roundtable, the Chair of the Financial Services Roundtable Corporate Social Responsibility Committee and is a member of the Supervisory Board of The Clearing House.
Amy G. Brady is Key’s Chief Information Officer, leading the company’s Technology and Operations organization. In her role, Brady oversees all of Key’s shared services for technology, operations, data, servicing, security and procurement. Technology and Operations is comprised of more than 4,500 individuals and plays a significant role in Key’s ability to win in the marketplace by enabling the company’s goal to build enduring client relationships through innovative solutions and extraordinary service. Technology and Operations delivers innovative technology to clients, such as mobile and online banking, and world-class operations solutions, including loan, payment and treasury services. Brady also serves on the company’s Executive Council and Executive Leadership Team.
Prior to joining Key in 2012, Brady served as Chief Information Officer, Enterprise Technology and Operations, at Bank of America. In this role, she was responsible for technology and operations delivery for critical enterprise functions including Finance, Risk, Human Resources, Marketing, Legal and Audit. She began her career with Bank of America in 1987 as a banking center manager and held various leadership roles in Global Technology & Operations and Consumer and Small Business Banking before being named CIO.
Brady serves on the boards for the National Center for Women & Information Technology, Achievement Centers for Children, Cleveland Leadership Center, Playhouse Square and the Case Western Reserve University Corporate Advisory Board. She is also a member of the executive and advisory councils of BITS, the technology policy division of the Financial Services Roundtable (FSR). She formerly served on the Executive Board of the Metro Atlanta YMCA.
Brady was recognized by Crain’s Cleveland as CIO of the Year in 2014 and in 2015, she was listed among the "Powerful Women to Watch" by American Banker. She was a finalist for the Georgia CIO of the Year Award in 2013 and received the 2013 Ohio Glass Ceiling Award from the Ohio Diversity Council. In 2012, Brady was recognized by the YWCA of Atlanta as a Woman of Achievement was a winner of WIT's "Women of the Year in Technology" in 2009. Brady is a member of Leadership Cleveland class of 2014 and Leadership Atlanta class of 2012.
Brady received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Music from Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla.
Craig Buffie, chief human resources officer for KeyCorp, is responsible for the development and implementation of the bank’s human capital strategy for 15,500 employees in the United States and overseas. He reports to KeyCorp Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Beth E. Mooney, and will be a member of Key's Executive Leadership Team and the Executive Council. His scope of responsibilities will include: talent management; leadership development; employee engagement; talent recruiting; compensation and benefits and employee relations.
Craig is a member of The Cleveland Play House Board of Directors and is active in the Center for Arts Inspired Learning. Prior to joining KeyCorp in February, 2013 Buffie served in numerous human resources executive positions supporting the corporate and investment bank, the consumer bank, technology and operations and all overseas business during his 27 year career at Bank of America. Mostly recently, he was Head of Home Loan Sales and Fulfillment for Bank of America. He served on the company’s Management Operating Committee.
Buffie holds an MBA in Finance and Marketing from the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, and a bachelor's degree in Economics from Penn State University. Buffie has served on the Kelley School of Business Board of Advisors at Indiana University. He also served as President of the Youth Homes Board of Directors. Buffie is a 2003 member of the Indiana High School Basketball Hall of Fame Silver Anniversary Team and was a four-year letterman and two-year Captain of the Penn State Basketball Team.
E. J. Burke is a Co-President of Key Community Bank. He is responsible for Key’s Commercial, Residential Mortgage and Private Bank businesses nationally. He is also a member of KeyCorp’s Executive Council and Executive Leadership Team, as well as a trustee of the KeyBank Foundation.
In his 18 years at Key, Burke has served in a range of leadership roles within KeyCorp, including Group Head of KeyBank Real Estate Capital and Key Community Development Lending lines of business. In addition to Real Estate Capital Burke has been responsible for Key’s Treasury Management, Foreign Exchange, Derivatives, Public Sector, and Institutional Asset Services groups.
Prior to joining KeyBank, Burke was president and a founding member of Kansas City-based National Realty Funding, LC – a master, primary and special servicer as well as an originator/seller of commercial mortgage loans for securitization – that was acquired by KeyCorp in 2000. Prior to co-founding National Realty Funding in 1997, Burke was Program Director for Midland Commercial Funding, a division of Midland Loan Services, LP. Midland Commercial Funding was a national commercial mortgage conduit that Burke developed for Midland. Prior to joining Midland in 1993, Burke held various commercial lending positions in Oklahoma City and Kansas City since 1978.
Burke graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Science degree and Oklahoma City University with a Master of Business Administration. He is also a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program. Burke serves on the Board of Directors of the Mortgage Bankers Association of America and is a former Chairman of the Mortgage Bankers Association. Burke also serves as a director of Vocational Guidance Services, the Downtown Cleveland Alliance and trustee of University Circle, Inc., all based in Cleveland, Ohio.
Robert A. DeAngelis is Executive Vice President and leads Key's Enterprise Program Management Office (EPMO), Marketing, and Client Insights and Data Management organizations. In this role, DeAngelis provides business leadership to the development and execution of critical enterprise-wide capabilities required to realize Key's strategic priorities. This includes providing client analytics and marketing services in support of Key's revenue strategies and the planning and execution of large-scale strategic programs spanning multiple lines of business. He is also a member of the Bank's Executive Leadership Team and Executive Council.
Previously, DeAngelis was Consumer Bank Segment Leader for Key Community Banking. He was responsible for developing client strategies and programs for Consumer and Express Small Business, collaborating closely with Community Banking’s district leaders to integrate these strategies with their marketplace activities. Additionally, DeAngelis oversaw Key’s Consumer Product, Mortgage, Key Investment Services, Integrated Channel Management functions.
Prior to joining Key, DeAngelis had over a 10-year extensive and successful career with Wachovia Corporation and its predecessors. He was instrumental in developing and executing its retail customer strategy, focused on client segmentation, cross-selling, retention and brand optimization. He also introduced a variety of improvements that generated incremental revenue growth and enhanced operating efficiency.
Prior to Wachovia, DeAngelis completed similar assignments at Richmond-based Signet Banking Corporation, which merged with First Union National Bank in 1997. He also served as a senior manager of KPMG Peat Marwick’s Corporate Transactions Services consulting practice in Chicago and, prior to that, as one of its financial services consultants in Detroit.
DeAngelis earned a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University. In addition, he is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). In joining Key, DeAngelis returned to the Cleveland area where he resided as a youth. He supports a variety of local organizations, serving in leadership roles on the Board of Directors of the MetroHealth Foundation and the Positive Education Program (PEP).
Dennis Devine is a Co-President of Key Community Bank. He is responsible for Key’s Consumer and Business Banking lines of business nationally. He is also a member of KeyCorp’s Executive Council and Executive Leadership Team.
Since joining Key in 2012, Devine has shaped the bank’s client-centric, go-to-market Consumer & Business Banking Strategy. Under his leadership Consumer and Business Banking teams are executing simplified, clear priorities to help our clients make confident decisions and benefit from Key’s expanded product set. At the same time, Devine has enhanced how we engage our clients with rapid adoption, sales growth, and innovation across our online/mobile, branch, contact center, and ATM channels.
Prior to joining Key, Devine served as Group Executive Vice President and Director of U.S. Distribution at Citizens Financial Group. In this role, he was responsible for business performance and management of all customer-facing channels across the 12-state Citizens franchise. His teams included 1,400 retail branches, business banking, wealth management, online and mobile banking, telephone contact centers, the ATM network, external partnership management and distribution support.
Previously, Devine was at PNC Bank where he held senior leadership roles in Retail and Business Banking, as well as serving as Chief Financial Officer for the Retail Bank. Earlier, Devine spent time at McKinsey & Company, Inc. where he advised executive leadership of global companies on corporate and business strategy as well as pricing and marketing strategy. He had earlier practiced as an attorney at Jones Day.
Devine graduated from Harvard Law School magna cum laude and a recipient of the Sears Prize, and from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts in economics and political science.
Katrina (Trina) M. Evans is the Executive Vice President and Director of Corporate Center for KeyCorp. In this role, Trina partners closely with the Chief Executive to create an operating rhythm for the executive leadership team and the Board of Directors that ensures alignment of strategy, objectives, priorities and messaging across the enterprise. Trina also leads the teams responsible for corporate communications, media relations, sustainability, philanthropy and community development as well as diversity and inclusion.
Prior to this assignment with the company Trina held the position of Chief Administrative Officer for Key Community Banking and Director of Client Experience for KeyBank. She was responsible for the client experience program, desktop and information management, the risk management office, reward and recognition, large scale program management and the strategic planning process for the Community Bank.
Trina has led National Channel Management, creating and executing an integrated approach to the market through Key's physical and virtual channels such as branch, telephone, ATM, email and the internet. She was responsible for physical distribution strategy through the development and execution of a comprehensive plan to modernize existing branches and properly site new branches.
Throughout Trina’s career at Key she has served in other senior management roles associated with call center, internet banking, retail banking, distribution management and information technology. Before joining Key, she held management positions in bank operations with First Bank System (now US Bancorp) and positions in retail banking and electronic banking with Ameritrust (now KeyCorp).
Trina holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Case Western Reserve University, a Master of Business Administration from Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University and a Master of Banking from the American Banker Association Stonier School of Banking at Georgetown University. She is also a graduate of Key's Executive Experience at Weatherhead.
Trina is the Executive Sponsor of the Key Executive Women’s Network, the largest of Key’s 12 employee networking groups. She is the Chair of the American Heart Association Board of Trustees and a member of the Boards of Trustees of the Cuyahoga Community College Foundation, the Great Lakes Science Center and College Now. She is also active in both the Northeast Ohio Girl Scout organization and the United Way of Greater Cleveland. Trina was recently honored with a YWCA Woman of Professional Excellence Award.
Christopher M. Gorman is President of Key Corporate Bank, which includes KeyBank Real Estate Capital, Enterprise Commercial Payments, Key Equipment Finance and KeyBanc Capital Markets. Gorman has been a member of KeyCorp's Executive Leadership Team, and President of the KeyBank Foundation Board of Trustees since 2010. Additionally, he serves as Chairman of KeyCorp’s Corporate Responsibility Council.
With 32 years of experience in the financial services sector, Gorman was named President of Key Corporate Bank in 2010 and is credited with building one of the first fully integrated Corporate and Investment Banks focused on the middle market. Before assuming his current role, Gorman led KeyBanc Capital Markets and served as Head of Corporate Banking. He also held key leadership roles including Senior Managing Director and Deputy Director of Investment Banking at McDonald Investments, a registered broker-dealer acquired by KeyCorp in 1998.
Gorman is a member of The Financial Services Roundtable. He serves as a board member of University Hospital Health System and Chairman of the Board of Business Volunteers Unlimited. Gorman also serves on the board of the Catholic Community Foundation of Cleveland.
Previously, Gorman was a member of the Sisters of Charity Health Systems Board of Directors and served on the Executive Committee. Gorman also served as a Trustee of the Cleveland Institute of Music and The Zoological Society of Cleveland. He is past Chairman of the KeyCorp United Way Services Campaign.
Gorman received a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Miami University. Gorman is a member of the Farmer School of Business Board of Visitors and the immediate past Chairman of the Business Advisory Council of Miami University’s Farmer School of Business. He also serves on the President’s Advisory Council of Elon University, Corporate Visiting Committee of Case Western Reserve University and as a Trustee of University School.
Paul N. Harris is secretary and general counsel of KeyCorp and oversees the corporation’s legal, risk review and government relations functions. Prior to joining KeyCorp in 2003, Paul served as partner-in-charge of the Cleveland office of Thompson Hine LLP where he managed significant client relationships and oversaw the office’s community and charitable support programs and administrative operations. Paul joined Thompson Hine in 1983 and practiced in the firm’s Corporate and Securities practice group before leaving the firm in 1988 to join Revco D.S., Inc. (now CVS), where he was elected as an executive officer in 1993. He rejoined Thompson Hine in 1997.
Paul serves on behalf of KeyCorp as a member of The Clearing House Association Managing Board of Directors and is Chair of the Association. He is active in the Cleveland community, serving as President of The City Club of Cleveland and as a member of the boards of Hawken School, Breakthrough Charter Schools and The Law and Leadership Institute, LLC.
Paul received a bachelor of arts degree from The University of Chicago and his jurisprudence degree from Stanford Law School.
William "Bill" L. Hartmann is Chief Risk Officer of KeyCorp. He is responsible for Key's risk management functions, including credit, market, compliance and operational risk, as well as portfolio management, quantitative analytics and asset recovery activities. Bill reports directly to Beth Mooney, and is a member of KeyCorp's Executive Leadership Team and Executive Council. He is vice chair of the Enterprise Risk Management Committee.
Bill joined Key as Chief Credit Officer in April 2010 responsible for Key's Credit Risk Management functions across the Asset Recovery, Institutional, Commercial, Real Estate and Consumer businesses. Bill served as the Chair of the Credit Risk Committee.
Prior to joining Key, Bill spent 29 years with Citigroup where his last position was Global Head of Large Corporate Risk Management. While at Citigroup, Bill held numerous roles with increasing responsibility including Chief Risk Officer Asia Pacific, Head of Global Portfolio Management, Co-Head of Leveraged Finance Capital Markets and Global Head of Loan Sales & Trading. He has been based at various times in Chicago, Atlanta, New York and Hong Kong. Bill began his banking career at American National Bank & Trust Company in Chicago.
Bill earned his bachelor's degree in Economics from Albion College in Michigan and an MBA from Northwestern University. He was actively involved in the formation of the Loan Syndications & Trading Association and is a past chairman of the Documentation Standards Committee.
Bill is an alumnus of Leadership Cleveland class of 2012, and a board member of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Additionally, Bill is a board member of ideastream®, a multiple-media public service organization, and JumpStart, a nonprofit organization committed to strengthening the economy through entrepreneurship and accelerating the successes of diverse entrepreneurs.
Don Kimble joined KeyCorp as chief financial officer on June 3, 2013. With assets of $89 billion, Key is among the nation’s largest bank-based financial services companies. Don is a member of the executive team and executive council at Key. He oversees accounting, tax, treasury, planning and forecasting, facilities, investor relations and line of business finance.
Prior to joining Key, Don was senior executive vice president and chief financial officer of Huntington Bancshares Incorporated, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. His responsibilities included financial forecasting and planning, treasury and balance sheet management, accounting, tax, investor relations, business segment financial support, strategic planning and merger and acquisitions.
Prior to joining Huntington, Don served in various chief financial officer capacities at AmSouth Bancorporation (now part of Regions Financial) and Bank One Corporation. He began his professional career in 1982 at Ernst and Whinney, managing various audit engagements for companies in the financial services, healthcare and manufacturing industries.
Don holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Ohio State University. He passed the CPA exam in 1982.