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People on the Move: KeyBank Names Mattie Jones Hollowell As Corporate Responsibility Officer

KeyBank (ranked No. 18 on DiversityInc’s 2022 Top 50 Companies for Diversity list) announced that Mattie Jones Hollowell has been named the new Corporate Responsibility Officer for its Northeast Ohio and Toledo area. As part of her responsibilities, she is on the team that oversees the implementation of KeyBank’s National Community Benefits Plan.

Before being named the Corporate Responsibility Officer, she served Keybank as a Compliance Officer in Risk Management on the Fair and Responsible Banking team. Prior to that role, she was a Sales Support Manager in KeyBank’s Community Development department.

Hollowell also serves as an Executive Board Member for Community Action, an Advisory Group Member of National Development Council’s CLIF program and an Executive Board Member of Ohio Sister Circle’s Rising Star program.

“We are delighted to welcome Mattie to our team and know she will be a vital asset, given her extensive experience in community development and compliance,” Stacy Thompson, Senior Vice President and Corporate Responsibility and Community Engagement Director, told 3blmedia. “We are impressed with Mattie’s passion and dedication to community service and look forward to her support of KeyBank’s robust community outreach efforts.”

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