Mattie Jones Hollowell Named As KeyBank Corporate Responsibility Officer for Northeast Ohio and Toledo Markets
KeyBank announced Mattie Jones Hollowell has been named Corporate Responsibility Officer for its Northeast Ohio and Toledo markets. Among other responsibilities, she is part of the enterprise wide corporate responsibility team that oversees implementation of KeyBank’s National Community Benefits Plan. Since 2017, KeyBank has made more than $1 billion of investments in Northeast Ohio and Toledo through this plan, supporting small business and home lending in low- and-moderate income communities, affordable housing and community development projects, and philanthropic efforts.
Hollowell, who has more than two decades of experience in banking, has spent her entire career with KeyBank. Most recently, she served as a Compliance Officer in Risk Management on the Fair and Responsible Banking team, focused on protecting Key’s assets by understanding and adhering to compliance guidelines. Prior to joining Risk Management, Hollowell was a Sales Support Manager in Key’s Community Development department where she led a team of Service Officers across our footprint that drove the loan closing process and focused on protecting Key’s assets by understanding and adhering to compliance guidelines.
“We are delighted to welcome Mattie to our team and know she will be a vital asset, given her extensive experience in community development and compliance,” said Stacy Thompson, Senior Vice President and Corporate Responsibility and Community Engagement Director. “We are impressed with Mattie’s passion and dedication to community service and look forward to her support of KeyBank’s robust community outreach efforts.”
Active in the community, Hollowell serves as an Executive Board Member for Community Action Wayne/Medina; representing the City/Mayor of Brunswick, Ohio. In addition, she is an Advisory Group Member of National Development Council’s CLIF program and sits on the Executive Board of Ohio Sister Circle’s Rising Star program in Cleveland.