Bonnie Stein is the retired executive vice president and managing director for talent acquisition, field readiness and leadership development for PNC’s asset management group lines of business – institutional, ultra-high net worth and wealth management.
She joined PNC in 2001 as head of wealth management for the Greater Maryland region where she was responsible for the distribution of wealth management products and services, which included wealth and estate planning, investment and fiduciary services as well as private banking.
After retiring from PNC, Ms. Stein cofounded an investment advisory firm focusing on the needs of women, as well as educating the younger generation on financial literacy.
In addition to serving as USM Foundation board chair, she sits on the Greater Baltimore Medical Center Board, where she also served as chair. Ms. Stein also sits on the investment committees of the American Psychological Association and the American Psychological Foundation. In addition, she served as board chair of the Maryland Independent College Fund and the Red Cross of the Chesapeake Board and also served on the Center Club Board.
In May 2009, Ms. Stein was honored by the YWCA for her leadership, commitment and contributions to empowering women and eliminating racism. Ms. Stein was recognized in 2010 and 2013 as one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women. In 2017, she was inducted into the Daily Record’s Circle of Excellence and in 2021, was named to the inaugural Power 30 Higher Education List, which showcases leaders, teachers, policymakers, and advocates who have rose to the challenge of preparing a generation of citizens, despite the obstacles of the pandemic.
Ms. Stein received a bachelor’s degree in behavioral science from the University of Maryland University College.
Bonnie B. Stein, Immediate Past Chair