Joey Williams, Dayton City Commissioner, has been named the new Dayton market president for KeyBank.
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“Joey will lead KeyBank’s Dayton team, focusing on the Commercial sector, and will be actively involved in the community, serving as the external face of KeyBank,” the bank stated. “Joey will also partner with KeyBank’s Corporate Responsibility Group to develop and implement a Community lending and investment strategy, enabling KeyBank to meet its corporate and social responsibilities.”
Pat McDonald will retire from her position as the current Dayton market president after 30 years in the financial sector.
Williams, who has extensive experience in commercial banking, will begin at Key in mid-November.
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McDonald plans to continue serving on multiple boards like as chairman of the both the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce board and the Kettering Medical Center Foundation board of trustees.