(PHOENIX – Dec. 19, 2019) – Esperança, a Phoenix-based nonprofit whose mission is to improve health and restore hope both locally and globally, has elected Mary Holman to serve on its Board of Directors.
Holman has more than 30 years of banking experience and is an active member of National Bank of Arizona’s Executive Committee. Currently, Holman is the Executive Vice President and Director of Private Banking at National Bank of Arizona. She uses enhanced services and credit solutions for high net-worth clients to strategically grow the Private Bank.
She is also the President of National Bank of Arizona’s Women’s Financial Group, which provides women with a local resource for financial planning, business services, educational and networking opportunities and peer mentoring.
Previously, Holman served as the Credit Solutions Division Manager where she was responsible for managing the Small Business, Business Lending Solutions and Consumer teams. While in this position, she worked diligently to grow her team of analysts and introduced the Business Lending Solutions group that expanded CSG’s services to include loan structuring, underwriting and credit oversight for C&I, Corporate Bank, private banking and commercial real estate banking.
Holman is also a steering committee member for Gabriel’s Angels and a member of Scottsdale Sunrise and Rotary.
Prior to joining National Bank of Arizona, Holman was Senior Vice President for Enterprise Bank and Trust. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree from University of Arizona.
Since 1970, Esperança, an Arizona-based global health nonprofit organization, has transforming lives on a local and global level. Its Phoenix-based program is uniquely positioned as the leader in providing health education and resources to Maricopa County’s most at-risk and under-served youth and adults through programs such as oral health, chronic disease prevention and management, nutrition, and parent ambassador training. Further, the organization works within some of the poorest communities in the world, including Nicaragua, Bolivia, Peru, Mozambique and Ecuador, by coordinating volunteer surgical missions, ecological housing, disease prevention and education, food security and access to clean water. For more information, please visit: www.esperanca.org.