Serving San Francisco and the East Bay

How To Identify Your Leadership Style And Cultivate It Throughout Your Career

Wednesday, March 30, 2016 Professional Development Series

Sue Bulloch, Executive Vice President, Bank of the West and Constance Moore, Member, Non-Profit Board of Directors will conduct a master class in women’s leadership skills, sharing best practices, insights, and essential lessons, enabling you to relaunch and energize your leadership skills in business. This panel will be moderated by Anne Chambers, President, Chambers & McAlpine Associates, Financial Technology Consulting and Past President of the Financial Women of San Francisco.

Please join the Financial Women of San Francisco in this unique opportunity to build, improve and perfect your leadership talent. Learn how to leverage your personal strengths and enhance your leadership profile. Discover how to identify and develop your leadership skills and find role models who have mastered and optimized this expertise.



Our Panel

Sue Bulloch

Sue Bulloch Sue Bulloch is Executive Vice President and Senior Group Administration and Finance Manager for the National Finance Group (NFG), the consumer lending division for Bank of the West. Sue's core responsibilities include overseeing consumer loan sales/securitization, CCAR development, financial analysis, long range strategy, forecasting and budgeting for NFG. In her career with the Bank, Sue has held various positions in the Equipment Finance Division and Corporate Finance. Sue is a founding member of Women's Connection, the Bank's first employee affinity group. Prior to joining Bank of the West, Sue served as Assistant Controller for California Federal Bank/First Nationwide Bank and earned her CPA while working for Deloitte & Touche in San Jose, CA. Sue earned her bachelor's degree in Accounting from Santa Clara University.

Connie Moore

Connie MooreConstance B. Moore served as BRE’s president and chief executive officer from 2005 until the completion of the merger with Essex Property Trust in 2014. Connie also serves as a member of BRE’s board of directors since 2002. Prior to joining BRE in 2002, she was the managing director of Security Capital Group & Affiliates. From 1993 to 2002, Moore held several executive positions with Security Capital Group, including co-chairman and chief operating officer of Archstone Communities Trust. She held the same position at Security Capital Atlantic, Inc., a predecessor of Archstone, playing an instrumental role in its initial public offering. Ms. Moore has been recognized as one of the most influential women in the San Francisco business community by the San Francisco Business Times. She was the 2009 Chair of the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (NAREIT). She is the Chair of the Policy Advisory Board for the Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics at UC Berkeley; a member of the Board of Directors of the Haas  School of Business at UC Berkeley; a Governor of the Urban Land Institute; and a member of the Board of Trustees of the City of Hope. Connie is also a member of the San Jose State University Tower Foundation; Board of Directors of Bridge Housing; Board of Directors for Civeo Corporation (NYSE: CVEO) and its Audit and Compensation Committees; Board of Directors of Tri Pointe Group (NYSE:TPH) and is the Chair of its Compensation Committee. Ms. Moore holds an M.B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business, and a bachelor’s degree from San Jose State University.

Anne Chambers

Anne ChambersIn 2004, Anne launched a consulting practice, Chambers & McAlpine Associates, Inc, specializing in developing innovative financial technology strategies for the financial services industry. Prior to that, Anne was COO/CFO of Advisor Software, Inc., a provider of web-based asset allocation and investment analysis applications for financial institutions. Anne worked in a variety of roles at Bank of America including SVP for Finance Change Management where she managed major companywide merger transitions, systems conversions and process redesign projects. She began her career at Deloitte and Touche and has a BA and MBA from the University of California, Berkeley. Anne is active as a Past President of the Haas Business School Alumni Council, a member of the Haas Alumni East Bay Chapter and the Haas Development Council. Anne is also a CPA.

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