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2023 Notable: Women in Banking & Finance – Finalists

These powerful, impressive women are helping to lead the financial industry in the metro.

From a president of a bank to a woman who started as a teller and is now a CFO, these women prove hard work and dedication will pay off. Most have decades of experience in their eld, and a lot have been with the same or just a handful of companies during their entire tenure. Institutional knowledge, loyalty to a company and dedication to clients define each of the women selected.

Methodology: The people selected are featured after being nominated by peers. Editors reviewed the nominations and made selections. Individuals submitted biography information and answered questions, which was used in the formation of the profiles shown. This is not a comprehensive list. It includes only those who were nominated and then selected after an editorial review. To qualify, the nominees must have at least five years in their industry and demonstrate leadership within their field.

Cynthia Delgado Matlock

Chickasaw Community Bank Chief Financial Officer


Tammy Streeter
Watermark Bank Director of Business Banking


Belinda Willis
Vice President, Private Wealth Banker
Bank of Oklahoma


Paula Barrington
Bank of Oklahoma Executive Vice President


Beth Humphries
The Bankers Bank Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer


Dee Ann Harper
InTrust Mortgage, LLC Mortgage Broker


Ann Vitali
Private Banker
CrossFirst Bank


Amy Bailey
President of Crossfirst Bank Oklahoma City


Suzie Symcox
First Fidelity Bank Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer


Robin Banell
First Enterprise Bank Chief Operating Officer

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