Bank of America Leadership Recognized in the Community

Geri Thomas
Geri Thomas

Geri Thomas and Cheryl Lomax of Bank of America in Atlanta are taking leadership roles in the community, in addition to their roles with the bank.
Thomas, Georgia market president and chief diversity officer at Bank of America, serves as co-chair for the Grady Ambassador Force, which works to create awareness and provide community support for the Grady Health System. She also is a member of the Board of Councilors of the Carter Center, serves on the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Committee for Progress and the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce among many other cultural and civic organizations.
And Thomas was one of three women who received the prestigious “first” honor at the Atlanta Business League’s Super Tuesday Conference on Oct. 6. She was recognized as the first female president of Bank of America in Georgia.
Cheryl Lomax
Cheryl Lomax

Lomax is senior vice president of Global Marketing and Corporate Affairs at Bank of America. She has shown perseverance and drive both within the company and with her philanthropic efforts throughout her career.
In her role at Bank of America, Lomax helps drive the organization’s corporate social responsibility strategy and delivery of the bank’s full capabilities to individuals, companies and institutional investors in Georgia.
And at ABL’s Super Tuesday, Cheryl was recognized at the breakfast among the “100 Women of Influence” honorees.
Lomax also has been honored with the Bridge Builder Award from Atlanta Technical College, named as one of Atlanta’s Top 100 Who’s Who in Banking and Finance by Atlanta Business Chronicle, was inducted into the YWCA  Academy of Women of Achievers.
Established in 1933 as an affiliate of Booker T. Washington’s National Business League, the Atlanta Business League, seeks to serve as a minority business developer and advocate while providing economic development opportunities for minorities throughout the metro Atlanta area with a specific emphasis on the development of African-American businesses.
 
 
 
 

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