Lindsey Streeter is an Environmental Social & Governance Program Manager who concentrates his efforts on Military Affairs at Bank of America. In role he manages the corporate’s internal and global external veteran and military relationship. He joined the BAC family in 2016 upon retiring from the U.S. Army as a highly decorated Command Sergeant Major with 31 years of military service. Prior to his current role he worked on strategy as a Process Design Consultant for The Academy for Consumer and Small Business. In this role, he crafted and delivered the Bank of America Pathways workforce development initiative. Pathways represents Bank of America’s commitment to recruit, develop, and retain diverse talent, and ultimately reflect the communities the bank serves. He also serves as the lead consultant for BAC’s Veteran retention initiative.
Lindsey has had two other roles during his tenure with the bank. Most recently, he was a Consumer Banking Market Manager supporting the N.E. Florida Region, where he managed banking operations across a market of 15 financial centers. Prior to that role, Lindsey worked as a product analyst in Small Business Credit Card, Bank of America in Charlotte, N.C..
He graduated from the University of Arkansas Grantham, earning a Master’s of Business Degree with a focus on the science of Performance Improvement. His vast experience traverses the areas of leadership, program management, community relations, recruiting, training, and marketing. Lindsey is a certified facilitator of Franklyn Covey’s & Habits of Highly Effective People. He has also has served as a professional witness appearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Lindsey resides in Richmond Hill, Georgia. He enjoys fishing, traveling, and spending time with family in the U.S. and abroad. Lindsey and his late wife cofounded a nonprofit organization which provides cancer and other screenings and health education to our underserved communities, he continues that work in her absence. He serves on various boards and holds memberships in several veteran organizations. He continues to serve the Soldiers and military families in the state of Georgia as a United States Army Reserve Ambassador.