Pamela Seagle

Global Women’s Programs Executive, Bank of America
Pamela Seagle is the Global Manager for Women’s Programs at Bank of America. In this role she is responsible for the strategic development and implementation of women’s programs across the company’s footprint. This includes the Global Ambassador Program, a Vital Voices and Bank of America partnership; the Tory Burch Foundation Capital Access Program, powered by Bank of America; a partnership with and a partnership with the Cherie Blair Foundation. Most recently, she lead the development and launch of the Bank of America Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship at Cornell, a collaboration between Bank of America and Cornell University to deliver an online learning portal that provides women entrepreneurs with the skills, knowledge and resources to build, manage, and scale a successful business. Prior to this role, she led the bank’s marketing programs supporting Global ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) efforts.

Seagle joined Bank of America in 1994, has held a range of leadership positions. She has spent the past eighteen years in Global Marketing and Corporate Affairs.