Kenya currently serves as President of the BNY Mellon Foundation of Southwestern Pennsylvania.  She joined the Foundation in 2008 and has served in a number of key roles and capacities during her tenure. Taking the helm in January of 2015, Kenya oversees Corporate, Tax Credit and Foundation investments that support the company’s philanthropic, business and Community Reinvestment Act objectives. She is a member of BNY Mellon’s Pittsburgh Executive Council, which sets strategic priorities for the firm’s single largest employee location around the world. Kenya was instrumental in creating UpPrize, a unique collaboration between BNY Mellon and The Forbes Funds, which combines impact investing with a research-based social innovation challenge.

Kenya holds a Master of Science Degree in Nonprofit Management and has completed the Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women at Carnegie Mellon University.

Kenya currently serves on the Remake Learning Council.

 

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