WE Speak offers the unique opportunity to go beyond the bios of our region's most successful women leaders. Hear personal experiences, advice and lessons learned from leaders as well as the chance to network with other business women in Cincinnati.
Join us on Thursday, June 6 for lunch and an empowering conversation with two women who leaned in and rose to the top of their professions: Teresa Tanner, Executive Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer, Fifth Third Bank and Molly North, President & CEO, Al. Neyer.
Please note: There is the slight change to the typical timeframe of this event. The June event will be shifted to 11:45 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Teresa Tanner serves as executive vice president and chief administrative officer of Fifth Third Bank. Named a 2017 and 2018 Top Woman in Banking by American Banker, Teresa oversees Fifth Third’s Central Operations, Marketing and Corporate Communications, Enterprise Program Management Office, Enterprise Workplace Services, Strategic Sourcing, Service Delivery Optimization, Community and Economic Development, and Corporate Culture and Social Responsibility. Prior to joining Fifth Third, Teresa was vice president of Human Resources for Provident Bank. Her extensive experience also includes serving as a strategic change manager and in various operations management positions for McDonald’s Corp. She has a vast background in education, human resources and operations management.
Molly North was named President & CEO of Al. Neyer in 2015. She is the first woman named to this role in the company’s 121-year history. Molly leads strategic direction for the company and Al. Neyer’s management team. She also drives the company’s initiatives to identify new growth markets and continue to develop its presence in Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Nashville. Prior to her appointment as President & CEO, Molly served as chief financial officer following years of leadership in real estate development and finance at the company. Molly has significant experience in sophisticated capital instruments such as New Markets Tax Credits, Historic Tax Credits, and Tax Increment Financing. She has a special passion for urban redevelopment and a track record of executing otherwise “impossible” deals.