Inclusion Best Practices Series: April 8th, 2015 – Register Now!

Diversity & Inclusion Results: Measurements, Metrics and Accountability Featuring Bruce D. Murphy, Executive Vice President and Head of Corporate Responsibility for KeyBank.

At the upcoming Inclusion Best Practices Series, Bruce will discuss the holistic and integrated approach that KeyBank has taken to drive diversity and inclusion results. He will share with attendees KeyBank’s (a) D&I strategy, (b) how his team measures results and ensures alignment between activities and strategic objectives, and (c) what accountability approaches KeyBank uses to improve D & I outcomes. Attendees should come prepared for an engaging conversation with Bruce and to learn alternative ways to affect their organizations’ diversity and inclusion issues.

Join us on:

April 8, 7:30am.-9:30am.
Historic Lawrence Hall Point Park University,
Downtown Pittsburgh
212 Wood St. Pittsburgh PA, 15222

Learn more about the Speaker

Bruce D. Murphy leads the bank’s strategy regarding responsible banking, citizenship and operations. Under his purview are Key’s approach to responsible products and services, including Community Development Lending; KeyBank Foundation’s transformative philanthropy; all diversity and inclusion initiatives; and Key’s environmental sustainability efforts. Bank assets reviewed by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency under the Community Reinvestment Act fall within his scope, and, under his watch, Key became the only top 25 national bank to receive eight “Outstanding” ratings on the CRA exam since the Act’s passage in 1977.

In 2004, Murphy launched KeyBank Plus, a suite of innovative products and services for low-to-moderate income individuals, thereby setting an example for the financial industry to follow. For its responsible approach to the underserved, Key has been recognized as a leader by the OCC, Federal Reserve, FDIC, NCRC, CFSI and the U.S. House Finance Committee. Under Murphy’s watch, Key has also been lauded for its commitment to diversity and, in 2014, was named a “Top Fifty” company by DiversityInc, which sets the benchmark for corporate diversity efforts in the United States.

As former president of Key’s Cleveland District, Murphy’s affiliation with Key began in 1990, when he joined the Human Resources department at AmeriTrust, which later merged into Society Corp, Key’s predecessor.  Prior to coming to Cleveland, he spent 12 years in a wide range of both planning and operations functions in Retail and Human Resources at Mellon National Bank in Pittsburgh.

Murphy earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications and a Masters degree in public administration from the University of Pittsburgh.  He is also a graduate of leadership programs at the University of Michigan and Case Western Reserve University.

A committed citizen both within and outside of the bank, Murphy is currently a member of the Cuyahoga Community College Board of Trustees, Leadership Cleveland, board member of A.M. McGregor Foundation, and Bank Administration Institute.  Murphy serves as Board Chair for the Center for Financial Services Innovation and also serves on the FDIC Advisory Committee on Economic Inclusion.