SAN FRANCISCO—New Resource Bank (OTCBB:NWBN) is pleased to announce the appointment of Stephanie Meade as director of sustainability and marketing.
Meade has extensive experience in sustainability and finance, most recently as marketing and research director at Equilibrium Capital in San Francisco, an asset management firm specializing in investments in sustainable real assets. During her tenure there, she oversaw the company’s rebranding effort, as well as the product launch of its new real asset funds.
“Stephanie brings diverse and deep experience in sustainability, social change and marketing to her position at New Resource,” says Vince Siciliano, New Resource president and CEO. “We’re excited to have her here and expect her to contribute significantly to our strategic goals and operating plans, particularly our work on deepening our commitment to our mission.”
Prior to joining Equilibrium in 2012, Meade was a senior research analyst at Callan Associates in San Francisco, an investment consulting firm. She has held various positions in sustainability and finance throughout the country and the world, including in Yemen, Brazil, Germany and Armenia.
“I’m looking forward to strengthening our sustainability mission, both internally and externally,” says Meade, who was drawn to the bank for its ethos. “It’s incredibly satisfying to be in a role that allows me to do the work I love and where my personal beliefs are reflected in the bank’s values.”
A native of the Boston area, Meade holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s degree in international affairs from Columbia University in New York.
About New Resource Bank
New Resource Bank (https://www.newresourcebank.com) is the premier bank for people who are leading the way to a more sustainable world. We match an entrepreneurial spirit with a dedication to achieving environmental and social as well as financial returns. Our mission is to advance sustainability with everything we do—the loans we make, the way we operate and our commitment to putting deposits to work for good.