Paul Burley

Paul serves as community relations manager for Bank of America serving the Charlotte Market in North Carolina. His primary responsibilities are to create and maintain sustainable relationships while ensuring focus on the business and community objectives of the market and firm. In this role, he is focused on Bank of America’s Charlotte Market relationships across economic development, healthcare and wellness, student and youth leadership development and military support sectors. Additional focus areas include environmental focus agencies, the Bank of America Student Leaders® program and employee networks. In addition to his Charlotte work, Paul has oversight for the Bank’s NC Statewide philanthropic budget and investments.

Paul has been with the Bank for 14 years and has 25 years in the financial services industry. Prior to his current role he served as Business Support Manager for Consumer, Small Business and Wealth Management Operations and was responsible for the Employee Engagement and Diversity & Inclusion Program Management teams. Beginning in 2006 Paul held several roles within GT&O related to program management, strategic initiatives, data and analytics and employee engagement. Before joining the Bank, Paul worked in similar capacities at other firms after starting his career at Merrill Lynch.

Paul is a Charlotte, NC native and currently lives in Fort Mill, SC with his wife and three sons. Paul has a history of community engagement with his church and the Make-A-Wish Foundation and he currently serves on the board of directors for the Community Culinary School of Charlotte and GenerationNation. He is one of twenty community leaders selected for the Communities in Schools of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Difference Makers CLT 2020 leadership program.

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