The Bank Slate


Former Howard CEO Scully finds second act

Loyola University Maryland has hired a former bank CEO as the next dean of is business school. 

The university said in a press release that Mary Ann Scully will join the Rev. Joseph A. Sellinger, S.J., School of Business and Management on July 1. 

Scully co-founded Howard Bank and was its chairman and CEO for 18 years. The $2.6 billion-asset bank was sold to F.N.B. Corp. earlier this year. She earned an MBA in finance from Loyola in 1979. 

“Scully’s career experience, demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and deep appreciation for Loyola’s Jesuit values will prepare our students for internships, job opportunities, and lifetimes of personal and professional success,” Cheryl Moore-Thomas, interim provost and vice president for academic affairs, said in the release. 

“I have been intentionally thinking about my next opportunity to be relevant and have an impact,” Scully said I the release. “This opportunity … offers an important intersection of the expertise that I’ve built up over the years.”

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