Lead regional president
Conboy has 34 years of leadership experience in retail, business banking and learning and sales development. She manages 4,200 team members, 340 stores and $24.4 billion in deposits. She sits on numerous boards, including the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, Valley of the Sun United Way and American Cancer Society’s CEOs Against Cancer.
Biggest challenge: “I have relocated five times during my career and each move required forming new professional relationships, and personal as well. I learned how to effectively network, joining Chambers, seeking high impact Community Boards where I could meet new leaders and make a difference. Arizona has been terrific since my arrival six years ago.”
Best advice to offer: “The best way to get promoted is by being great in your current role and master your business knowledge and skills … One of my favorite quotes is, ‘In search of perfection, you just might catch excellence.’”
Best accomplishment: “My most proud successes are those that I get to share with my team. At Wells Fargo we are One Team — no “I,” only “We.” Together we achieve greatness, and we always get better by having everyone get better together — we like to say a high tide raises all ships! And WE LOVE to recognize, to celebrate and to always have fun!”
Wells Fargo announced it has contributed $65,000 to the American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter for Disaster Relief funds and the 100 Club’s Survivor Fund in response to the Yarnell wildfire in Yavapai County. Specifically, Wells Fargo will contribute $50,000 to the American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter for Disaster Relief and $15,000 to the 100 Club’s Survivor Fund for families of the fallen firefighters.
“The enormity of this loss is devastating, and we want to help our customers, friends and communities who have been so tragically affected by this fire,” said Pamela Conboy, Arizona Lead Regional President. “We know our contribution will help fund the important work of the American Red Cross and the 100 Club in assisting victims of the fire. We truly appreciate their efforts.”
Wells Fargo customers can also donate to the American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter at 540 Wells Fargo ATMs in Arizona until July 22. Customers will not be charged a fee for using this service and 100 percent of the donations will be sent to the American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter.
Wells Fargo customers affected by the Yarnell wild fire in Yavapai County should contact their banker and visit their nearest Wells Fargo store to discuss financial options. Customers who need assistance can call 1-800-TO-WELLS (1-800-869-3557) 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Customers can also visit their nearest Wells Fargo store once normal hours of operation resume.