Bank of America's Sabina Kelly stepping down as Maryland market president
A major change is coming to the local leadership team of the biggest bank in Maryland. Sabina Kelly, Bank of America's market president for Greater Maryland since 2016, will retire at the end of March after a 41-year banking career. Kelly will be succeeded by Janet Currie, who will become the first Black woman to lead the Charlotte, North Carolina-based bank's operations in Maryland.
Currie has been senior vice president and Greater Maryland market manager since 2014. She joined Bank of America in 1993 and has served in several leadership roles in wealth management, consumer banking, operations and business control functions. Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) CEO Brian Moynihan in a statement thanked Kelly for her leadership and said he looks forward to "continued and growth and success" with Currie taking on what he called a "critical role."
Source: The Baltimore Business Journal