U.S. Bancorp’s Yekaldo recognizedA U.S. Bancorp executive who resides in Woodbury has been honored by “Finance and Commerce,” an independent daily business newspaper in the Twin Cities.
By: Special to the Bulletin, Woodbury Bulletin
A U.S. Bancorp executive who resides in Woodbury has been honored by “Finance and Commerce,” an independent daily business newspaper in the Twin Cities.
Ann Yekaldo, president of the affluent segment for the U.S. Bank Wealth Management Group, was named one of 35 “Top Women in Finance.” Yekaldo was also named “Top Woman in Finance” by the publication.
Yekaldo and the other honorees were recognized during an awards luncheon at the Hilton in downtown Minneapolis on Nov. 6. All honorees were featured in the “Top Women in Finance” special publication in the Nov. 7 edition of Finance and Commerce.
Yekaldo is responsible for managing and growing a client group within the company, and ensuring that affluent clients receive financial solutions conveniently.
She is also active in the community as a current board member for Neighborhood House in St. Paul. This nonprofit’s mission is to help people, families and organizations develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to thrive in diverse communities.
She is also a board member of Fifty Lanterns International, a Minnesota-based nonprofit organization that partners with established humanitarian groups to provide disadvantaged communities with renewable energy sources such as solar-power lights, lanterns and water pumps.
In addition, Yekaldo led the U.S. Bank Private Client Group employee volunteers in the Twin Cities with its volunteer efforts for “A Brush with Kindness” the past three summers. “A Brush With Kindness” is a project of Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity.