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09/23/2013

American Banker Ranks Cece Stewart '93 Among the Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking

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 American Banker has ranked Winthrop University alumna Cecelia "Cece" Stewart '93, president, U.S. consumer and commercial banking for Citigroup, seventh in its list of the "Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking."
 In April 2013, The New York Times touted her as one of the top women on Wall Street.
 She earned an Executive M.B.A. degree at Winthrop in 1993, and she continues to support her alma mater. In 2011, Stewart established the Cecelia Stewart Endowed Scholarship, which supplies scholarship funds for business majors.

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Cece Stewart
American Banker has ranked Winthrop University alumna Cecelia "Cece" Stewart '93, president, U.S. consumer and commercial banking for Citigroup, seventh in its list of the "Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking."

Stewart, who has worked in the consumer banking industry for more than 30 years, has consistently made a name for herself as one of the most powerful women in banking. In April 2013, The New York Times touted her as one of the top women on Wall Street. In her current position with Citigroup, Stewart focuses on increasing profits at the retail bank. She serves as a member of the Winthrop University Foundation board and the board of U.S. Cellular.

During her celebrated career in the consumer banking industry, Stewart has earned a number of accolades. In 2006 and 2007, Fortune Magazine named Stewart one of the top 50 Women in Business. She worked previously as president of the Retail Banking Group and CEO at Morgan Stanley Private Bank, N.A. In addition, she held a number of senior banking positions at Wachovia, where Stewart's excellent work led to Wachovia's regular ranking as a leader in customer satisfaction and retention.

She earned an Executive M.B.A. degree at Winthrop in 1993, and she continues to support her alma mater. In 2011, Stewart established the Cecelia Stewart Endowed Scholarship, which supplies scholarship funds for business majors. In honor of Stewart's family histories, two conjoining classrooms on the second floor of Winthrop's Vivian Moore Carroll Hall are named the Stewart and Dickson Classrooms.

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