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Women in Leadership

Anecdotes, advice, and expertise.

Fulton’s commitment to diversity starts at the top with the Board of Directors and Senior Management. We believe embracing the differences and similarities of all individuals in our organization spurs innovation, creativity, and collaboration.

Our top female executives inspire change and drive our mission of changing lives for the better every day—and we had the privilege of sitting down with them and discussing their experiences, stories, and advice to help and inspire other women as they grow in their own careers.

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Angela Snyder

SEVP, President

"I am often asked about what it's like to be a woman leader in banking. And I have to say, all through my career, I haven't really thought of myself as a woman leader or woman in banking. I thought of myself as a banker. And I never really put any emphasis on my gender, and no one has put me in a position where I felt I had to. "

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Bernadette Taylor

Chief Human Resources Officer

"Banking as an industry has been really good for women. It has been an industry where women can enter easily, and when you look at most banks, most of the employees are female. I started in banking when I was in college as a teller, and here I am as a leader, and there are many, many women leaders at Fulton. So I feel that it's a very comfortable leadership space."

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Meg Mueller

SEVP, Head of Commercial Banking

"The advice that I have for young women starting out in their careers is first and foremost to be themselves. Be authentic, be confident, be curious, ask questions, do their homework, and make sure that they surround themselves with people who will help them grow."

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Natasha Luddington

Chief Legal Officer

"I would say being a woman and a female of color, when I graduated from law school, about 50% of the class was women. However, entering into the workforce, you didn't see women or women of color at those highest levels of partnership."

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