Wanda Hill serves as Chair of the Trustee Ministry and Interim Treasurer. She has also been a Deaconess at Union since 1986.
Ms. Hill recently retired as a Managing Director of BNY Mellon, a global banking institution headquartered in New York’s financial district. At the bank, she led the School of Business Development and Client Services. In that role, she was responsible for driving business performance by enhancing the skill and knowledge level of the bank’s new business development and client service teams.
Previous roles included a senior manager in the IMG Cash Solutions group, a team responsible for maximizing cash-related revenue in the company’s institutional businesses, and Division Head of a personal trust and investment business.
Ms. Hill has a strong commitment to diversity and community. At the bank, she founded IMPACT — a global employee resource group with 14 chapters around the world. IMPACT’s mission is to accelerate the professional development and advancement of multicultural employees.
Ms. Hill is a graduate of Wesleyan University. She is a member of the Executive Leadership Council.
Ms. Hill has been recognized as a Woman of Distinction by the Girl Scout Council of Greater New York. In 2014 she received the Elaine Edmonds award at the Harlem YMCA’s National Salute to Black Achievers in Industry. Most recently, she was recognized by Savoy magazine as among the most influential women in corporate America.