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KeyBank Names Goyer Corporate Responsibility Officer



KeyBank announced Amanda Goyer has been named corporate responsibility officer for the Capital Region Market. She is responsible for the implementation of KeyBank’s Community Benefits Plan, specifically in the areas of mortgage lending, small business lending, community development lending and strategic philanthropy. She is based in KeyBank’s Capital Region headquarters office at 66 South Pearl Street in Albany.

“Amanda is a strategic relationship builder who fosters partnerships that innovate and inspire excellence within the community,” said Ruth Mahoney, president, Capital Region, KeyBank. “She is respected and experienced, and we look forward to her helping KeyBank deliver on our commitment to help Capital Region communities thrive.”

Since 2017, KeyBank has invested $7.1 billion to low- to moderate-income individuals and communities through its Community Benefits Plan. In the Capital Region, KeyBank has invested nearly $357 million.

Previously, Goyer served as director, Community Engagement, for CAP COM Federal Credit Union. She also worked as community relations manager and foundation and public relations administrator for CAP COM.

Goyer earned her bachelor’s degree in Stonehill College in Easton, Mass.

Goyer is active in various community organizations. She is chair of the Capital Region Chamber Women’s Business Council, champion member of Northern Rivers Behavioral Health Center Campaign and committee member of Women’s Employment Resource Center (WERC) Workforce Development Committee.

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