Our panel in this podcast helps explain how bankers can turn not-for-profit accounts into profit opportunities. Panelists Nancy Kieling
Vice President for Local Development
Duke is responsible for multicultural marketing, corporate sponsorship activity and local support for AXA Equitables 60+ branches throughout the country. Prior to joining AXA Equitable in 1998, Duke held a variety of positions over a 15 year period at JP Morgan Chase, supporting both the business and marketing aspects of the bank’s retail business. He is the co-author of “The Financial Services Marketing Handbook: Tactics and Techniques that Produce Results” and teaches a financial services marketing course at NYU.
President & Executive Director
Princeton Area Community Foundation
During her tenure as President, AACF has grown from $300,000 in assets to over $40 million. Earlier in her career, Nancy worked as a corporate lending officer in the Communications, Entertainment & Publishing Division of the Bank of New York; and as Regional Director of Admissions for Princeton University. She is currently the Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Council of New Jersey Grantmakers, and a Trustee of the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Our panel in this podcast helps explain how bankers can turn not-for-profit accounts into profit opportunities.
|Panel listens while Nancy Kieling presents. At right are Gerry Susskind, panel moderator, and Duke Fanelli.|
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