Senior Vice President NJ Local Market Executive, Bank of America
Claudia L. Dulac
Senior Vice President, New Jersey Local Market Executive
As the Market Executive, Claudia is responsible for community partnerships, sponsorships and philanthropy in New Jersey. She works closely with New Jersey Market President, Alberto Garofalo and local line of business leaders to deliver a focused and integrated local market plan that will improve our ability to drive business integration and revenue growth, make a positive impact on economic mobility in our communities, build connectivity and employee engagement, and deliver the Bank of America brand commitment.
Claudia serves on the Hispanic Latino Executive Council, serves on the CAO Diversity and Inclusion and ESAT Council, serves as the Co-Chair to the Hispanic Latino Advisory Council for Chief Administrative Office and is the Executive Sponsor for HOLA New Jersey.
Claudia joined Bank of America in February, 2008 as the Consumer Market Manager for the Philadelphia and Bucks County Market. Her team had primary responsibilities for acquiring and deepening consumer and small business customer relationships through a variety of banking services. In her prior role as the Business Integration Consultant, Claudia led business integration for the Northeast which includes 16 Major, Metropolitan and Suburban Markets. Claudia worked with local market presidents, line of business executives and partners to deliver the full capabilities of Bank of America so that every client and customer realizes their financial dreams. Claudia spent 20 years at Wachovia leading commercial, consumer and small business banking, as well as leading high performance results-driven sales, service and operations teams.
Claudia is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in management and minors in accounting and Spanish.
Claudia serves on the Board of Directors for Count Basie Center for the Arts and has served on the Board of Directors for the Urban League of Philadelphia, the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the YWCA. Additionally, Claudia has been active in civic affairs and social organizations to include the Habitat for Humanity’s, City Year, Junior Achievement, Pennsbury High School and Saint Ignatius Parrish.
Claudia was born in Colombia, South America and has two daughters, Brittany (32) and Isabelle (20).