Fabiola Brumley

Senior Vice President and Southeast Region Executive for Business Banking at Bank of America

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Fabiola Brumley is senior vice president and Southeast region executive for Business Banking at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Based in Boca Raton, she is responsible for a seven-state region in the southeastern U.S.

Since beginning her career in 1982, she has served in a variety of roles, including controller, chief financial officer, commercial lender, client manager, market manager and market executive. She is also the Palm Beach County president, a position she has held since April of 2007.  

Fab earned her bachelor of science degree in Accounting and an international master’s of business administration from Florida Atlantic University. She has also earned Six Sigma Green Belt certification.

She is a member of the executive committee and past chair of the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County, on the executive board of the Economic Council of Palm Beach County, on the board of directors of the United Way of Palm Beach County and the Florida Bankers Association, has served as member and chair of the Governing Board of West Boca Raton Medical Center, a member and chair of the Board of the Palm Beach Black Business Investment Corporation and held board positions with the Executive Board of the Gulfstream Boy Scouts of America, the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches and the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce. 

She is a member of Bank of America’s Global Diversity & Inclusion Council, Women’s Exchange, executive sponsor of the Asian Leadership Network and has served as the former executive sponsor of the South Florida Chapter of LGBT.  She recently served as a Bank of America ambassador in Brazil under the Global Ambassador Program, a partnership with Vital Voices connecting women leaders from emerging countries with established women executives from a variety of business sectors.



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