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02/25/2011

Retired Bank Executive Joins Winthrop's Board of Trustees

Quick Facts

 Throughout his 27 years in the financial services field, McCall specialized in strategic planning, revenue growth, cost reduction, technology, operations management and analysis of customer behavior to create tailored marketing campaigns and online banking services.
 South Carolina Republicans elected McCall in 2008 as their first black national committeeman.

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Glenn McCall
ROCK HILL, S.C. - Retired bank executive Glenn McCall will join Winthrop University's Board of Trustees as the designee of South Carolina's new education superintendent.

He is a retired senior vice president of Charlotte-based Bank of America, where he led the consumer customer behavior analysis group. Throughout his 27 years in the financial services field, McCall specialized in strategic planning, revenue growth, cost reduction, technology, operations management and analysis of customer behavior to create tailored marketing campaigns and online banking services.

Before moving to Rock Hill to work for Bank of America in 1994, McCall worked five years for Bank One Management and Consulting, looking after 42 financial real estate portfolio receiverships for Resolution Trust Corporation. He also has worked as a management trainee with First National Bank of Dallas and led the commercial and residential real estate portfolio analysis and loan accounting departments of Bright Banc of Dallas.

He completed 10 years active duty in the U.S. Air Force and served 14 years in the Texas Air National Guard.

South Carolina Republicans elected McCall in 2008 as their first black national committeeman. He was previously the York County GOP's first black chairman. His other GOP roles include vice chairman of the state party.

McCall resigned from the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control board to serve on the Winthrop board as the designee for education superintendent Mick Zais. McCall also has served on the board of the S.C. Human Affairs Commission.

A graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, McCall holds a bachelor’s degree in management information systems and a master’s in business administration.

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