Casey-Landry was the Chief Operating Officer and Senior Executive Vice President of the American Bankers Association, which represents banks of all sizes and charters and is the voice of the nation’s $13 trillion banking industry. Prior to ABA, Casey-Landry was the President and CEO of America’s Community Bankers, the national trade association that represented all the nation’s thrifts, savings banks and mutuals, as well as other community focused banks.
Prior to becoming CEO of America’s Community Bankers, she was the national director of financial services for Grant Thornton LLP and chaired the industry practice group. Grant Thornton, the 5th largest national accounting firm is focused on middle market businesses including banks. Casey-Landry successfully grew that banking practice by 20 percent and increased press exposure with regular dealings with the media. Earlier in her career, she was Executive Director of the Independent Community Bankers of America, a national association focused on small community banks, with approximately 4,800 members. She served a brief stint at the Oversight Board of the Resolution Trust Corporation as Vice President of Public Affairs and Public Liaison as the primary spokesperson for the new agency created by the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act of 1989.
Starting her career as a bank examiner with the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Casey-Landry developed a keen understanding of the role of bank supervision and the impact of regulation on the industry.
Casey-Landry is a graduate of Miami University of Oxford, Ohio (1979) and holds a Master’s in Public Administration from George Washington University. (1990)more » « less