KeyBank (NYSE: KEY) has named Amanda Goyer corporate responsibility officer for its Central New York market.
Among other responsibilities, she oversees implementation of KeyBank’s $16.5 billion national community benefits plan. The five-year plan, launched in 2017, outlines mortgage and small-business lending in low-to-moderate income communities, community development lending, and “transformative philanthropy,” KeyBank said.
Goyer joined KeyBank in February and is based in Albany, where she is also corporate responsibility officer for the Capital Region market.
In her new role in Central New York, Goyer succeeds Kawanza Humphrey, who now oversees corporate-responsibility efforts in KeyBank’s Buffalo, Rochester, and Western Pennsylvania markets.
“Amanda has a long history of fostering partnerships and building relationships that innovate, lift communities up and will help us move forward from the COVID-19 crisis,” Stephen Fournier, president of KeyBank’s Central New York market, said. “She is respected and experienced, and we’re excited that she will work with us in Central New York to help KeyBank keep delivering on our commitment to help our communities thrive.”
Goyer previously served as director of community engagement for Albany–based CAP COM Federal Credit Union. She also worked as community relations manager and foundation and public relations administrator for CAP COM.