Beth Mooney has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of KeyCorp since May 1, 2011. She has more than 35 years of experience in the financial services industry, including in retail banking, commercial lending, capital markets and real estate financing. She has earned a reputation as one of the nation’s most ethical and civic-minded leaders.
Mooney has cultivated and leads a highly diverse and talented team responsible for the strategic direction and decision-making for KeyBank. On a path to be the best regional bank in the U.S., Mooney and her team are responsible for more than $140B in assets, 18,000 employees and 3.5MM clients. She is focused on, and dedicated to, delivering shareholder value; keeping the client experience central to all plans and priorities; lifting and revitalizing communities; and maintaining a diverse, experienced and engaged board of directors and team.
Mooney joined KeyCorp in April 2006. Prior to KeyCorp, Mooney was Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Alabama-based AmSouth Bancorporation (now Regions Financial Corporation), where she ran its banking operations in Tennessee and Northern Louisiana. Her banking career included roles of increasing responsibility at Bank One Corporation, Citicorp Real Estate, Inc., Hall Financial Group and Republic Bank of Texas/First Republic. At Bank One, she served as Regional President in Akron and Dayton, and then as President of Bank One Ohio, managing major markets throughout the state.
Mooney graduated from the University of Texas in 1977 and earned her Master of Business Administration degree from Southern Methodist University in 1983, where she was selected as a 2007-2008 Distinguished Alumni of the Cox School of Business. She has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of “The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women” and by Fortune Magazine as one of the Top 50 “Most Powerful Women in Business.” Mooney was named the #1 Most Powerful Woman in Banking for three years before “retiring” to the Hall of Fame. In 2017, she was named American Banker’s “Banker of the Year.”
A trusted leader in the financial services industry, Mooney serves as president of the Federal Advisory Council – a group of CEOs that advises the Board of Governors on priorities, policies and practices. She also serves on the Board of Directors of The Bank Policy Institute and is Chair of the BITS Committee, technology policy division of the Bank Policy Institute. Mooney is a member of the Supervisory Board of The Clearing House.
Mooney is a member of AT&T’s Board of Directors, serving on its Corporate Development and Finance Committee and the Corporate Governance & Nominating Committee. She is a member of the Ford Motor Company Board of Directors, serving on the Audit and Nominating and Governance committees. She is a member of the Business Roundtable, joining leaders of America’s largest companies who work together to build a strong and sustainable economic future in the United States. Mooney is a member of the Committee of 200, joining successful women leaders who work together to advance women’s leadership in business. Mooney is a member of the Board of Trustees of The Conference Board, a member-driven think tank delivering insights for the path ahead. She is a member of the Business Council, an association of the Chief Executive Officers of the world’s most important business enterprises and she serves on the Catalyst Board of Directors, a global nonprofit working with some of the world’s most powerful CEOs and leading companies to build workplaces that work for women.
Mooney is the Chair of the Board of Directors of the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic. She is the Immediate Past Chair of the Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP), one of the largest Chambers of Commerce in the nation and remains a member of its Board and Executive Committee. She is also a Trustee and Treasurer of the Board of the Musical Arts Association (The Cleveland Orchestra).
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Bill Newlands is Constellation’s president and chief executive officer. Bill is responsible for providing strategic leadership and working with the board of directors to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans and policies. He leads the executive management committee and is a member of the board of directors.
Bill joined Constellation in 2015 as EVP, chief growth officer. In 2016, his role expanded to include leadership of the Wine + Spirits Division. In 2017 he became the company’s chief operating officer and in 2018 his role expanded to include president. Bill previously served as president, North America at Beam, Inc. Under his leadership, Beam became one of the fastest-growing companies in its category.
Previous appointments include president, Beam Spirits U.S. (2008-2010); president, Beam Wine Estates (2005-2007); president and CEO, Allied Domecq Wines USA (2002-2005); CEO and board director, wine.com (1999-2001); managing director, U.S. and global marketing officer, LVMH Chandon Estates (1996 – 1999).
Randall was named to his current position in 2007. Since then, AT&T has invested to become a modern media company that brings together one of the best collections of premium video content, a large base of direct-to-consumer relationships, high-speed networks optimized for video, and an advertising technology platform that will make premium video advertising more relevant and valuable.
With the 2018 acquisition of Time Warner – now known as WarnerMedia – AT&T has a robust premium content portfolio that draws from the rich and deep content libraries of Turner, HBO and Warner Bros.
AT&T has more than 170 million direct-to-consumer (D2C) relationships across its wireless, pay-TV and broadband businesses in the United States, wireless in Mexico, and DIRECTV in Latin America. That number grows to more than 370 million with the inclusion of WarnerMedia’s digital properties such as CNN.com, Bleacher Report and Otter Media.
AT&T’s leading wireless and fiber network, including investments in new technology such as 5G, will continue to provide the network bandwidth required as customers increasingly engage with premium video content. The company also serves nearly 3 million businesses worldwide – from the smallest companies to nearly all the Fortune 1000 – with highly secure, smart solutions.
And Xandr, AT&T’s newly formed advertising technology company, is already applying data-driven insights to make AT&T’s advertising inventory more relevant and valuable.
AT&T is one of the world’s largest companies in the technology, media and telecom space, with more than $170 billion in 2018 revenues and 35 consecutive years of quarterly dividend growth. Between 2014 and 2018, AT&T invested more than $140 billion in its network, including capital investments and acquisitions of spectrum and operations. Over that same period, the company invested more in the U.S. than any other public company.
AT&T has committed $500 million since 2008 to its signature philanthropic initiative, AT&T Aspire, which drives innovation in education to promote student success in school and the workplace. Randall also led AT&T’s breakthrough “It Can Wait” campaign – an education and awareness program educating drivers that distracted driving is never OK. The program has amassed more than 25 million pledges of support. And in 2018 WarnerMedia unveiled an industry-first Diversity and Inclusion Policy for talent in front of and behind the camera.
Randall began his career with Southwestern Bell Telephone in 1982 in Oklahoma. He served as the company’s senior executive vice president and chief financial officer from 2001 to 2004, and from 2004 to 2007 he was chief operating officer. He was appointed to AT&T’s board of directors in 2005.