Notable Women in Commercial Banking 2021

TCB’s 22 Notable Women in Commercial Banking were already responsible for managing trillions of dollars at some of Minnesota’s largest commercial banks and institutions. Add in a global pandemic and they were also responsible for steering clients through the complexities of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and other Covid-19 assistance programs, helping to keep Minnesota companies afloat in an especially difficult year.
Methodology: The individuals featured in Notable Women in Commercial Banking did not pay to be included. Their profiles were drawn from nomination materials. These lists are not comprehensive. It includes only people who were nominated and accepted after editorial review. To quality for this list, individuals must self-identify as a woman, be serving in a senior level commercial banking role at their company, bank, or institution in Minnesota, have at least five years of experience in the field, and have shown the abilities to create significant, positive, and measurable results in their field.

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Notable Women in Commercial Banking 2021

Mary Stoick

Mary Stoick

Vice president, New Markets Tax Credits, Sunrise Banks
Mary Stoick joined St. Paul-based Sunrise Banks in 2017 after more than 12 years in commercial banking in the Twin Cities metro. Through her work with the federal New Markets
Jacki Templin

Jacki Templin

Vice president of business banking, Deerwood Bank
A business banker since 1996, Jacki Templin is based in Deerwood Bank’s Waite Park location. She has received many industry awards during her career, including the Wells Fargo National Sales
Aleesha Webb

Aleesha Webb

President and vice chairwoman of the board, Village Bank
Aleesha Webb’s banking career began more than 25 years ago as a teller at Village Bank. After holding executive positions at other banks, she returned to St. Francis-based Village Bank
Lisa Odom Winczewski

Lisa Odom Winczewski

Vice president and relationship manager, commercial banking, U.S. Bank
Lisa Odom Winczewski leads a team of specialists focused on providing customized banking solutions to midsize companies. She is also deeply engaged in addressing the pandemic’s extraordinary financial, economic, and