Pamela M. Cyr is executive vice president and chief retail banking officer for Beneficial Bank. The Bank is the oldest and largest bank headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with over 60 offices in the greater Philadelphia and South New Jersey regions. Cyr previously held the position of president and chief executive officer of St. Edmond’s Federal Savings Bank from March 2005 through the acquisition of the Bank by Beneficial in early 2012.
Lauren Maillian Bias is a serial entrepreneur, named by Essence magazine to the “Class of 2013 African-American Shot Callers.” She is the author of “The Path Redefined: Getting To the Top On Your Own Terms” and is founder and CEO of Luxury Market Branding, a strategic marketing company. @laurenmbias
100 Women Who Care wins 2014 Difference Makers award
Episode 12: Stacy Zoern, President of Kenguru Inc., a company that has created a transporter that brings independence and mobility to people who use wheelchairs. Stacy, being wheelchair-bound herself, was frustrated with her lack of mobility and was searching for an affordable mode of transportation when she came across the Kenguru being developed in Europe. Be sure to listen to this episode to find out how Stacy helped turn Kenguru into a Big Time Small Business! #podcast #kenguru…
Steve Yager is vice president, Americas region in technical services for Cisco. He is responsible for Cisco technical services business in the Americas. From 2010 until early 2013, Yager led Cisco’s technical assistance center (TAC) in the Americas as well as the high touch technical services team globally.
Gayle Morris is vice president of Americas services for Cisco. She is responsible for running the largest and most profitable market segment for Americas services, manages the Americas services software annuities team and the Americas Cisco Partner Annuity Initiative (CPAI).
Geri Swift is the founding president of the Women’s Business Development Center. WBDC, formed in 1995, fosters the development and retention of successful businesses by delivering resources that enable individuals to start new businesses and grow existing ones. In 1999, under Swift’s leadership, the Women’s Business Development Center expanded its programs and created the Women’s Business Enterprise Council (WBEC).
Jennifer MacMullen is vice president, market director for Beneficial Bank, the oldest and largest bank headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with over 60 offices serving the greater Philadelphia and South Jersey markets. As market director, MacMullen is responsible for managing sales and service, operations and staffing and development for nine branch office locations.
Abigail Trafford is an author, journalist and public speaker whose work focuses on the new stage of life that comes after middle age but before traditional old age. Her book, “My time: Making the Most of the Bonus Decades after 50,” (Basic Books) chronicles the social revolution of living longer, healthier lives.